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Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM By National Geographic Society

The National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America continues to be the most sought after, most authoritative, and most accessible field guide to birds on the market.The fourth edition of the Field Guide to the Birds of North America is a great guide for birders Sturdy, portable, and easy to use, it features superlative information on bird species recorded iThe National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America continues to be the most sought after, most authoritative, and most accessible field guide to birds on the market.The fourth edition of the Field Guide to the Birds of North America is a great guide for birders Sturdy, portable, and easy to use, it features superlative information on bird species recorded in North America This edition features range maps, plumage and species classification information, specially commissioned full color illustrations, and a superb index that allows birders in the field to quickly identify a species.
  • Title: National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America
  • Author: National Geographic Society
  • ISBN: 9781426204487
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Hardcover

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Gauri Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
I ve gotten very interested in birds this past year, and I wanted to pick up an introductory guide to bird watching and bird identifying Since this edition is from 2002, it is obviously not up to date and entirely accurate, but I was able to use this guide to identify some ducks that swim in the pond next to my dorm, which got me excited This book has inspired me to take up bird watching as a hobby, and I m very excited to take some time out this winter break to lure birds in front of my window [...]
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Arielle Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is one of the most amazing books for birdwatchers I used it for all of my ornithology classes and learned so much about identifying birds by both their markings and behavior I had this unbelievable teacher, who had been a birdwatcher for all his life, and he went through the guide, page by page, and he showed us slides and talked about each species with a depth of knowledge that was devotional I learned how to tell all the different gulls apart at Ocean Beach San Francisco and saw a red tai [...]
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Anne K. Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is my trusty battered, mud stained bird book and I love it The pictures are detailed, the descriptions short and concise, and there s enough space in the margins for me to write sighting notations.
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Janet Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is a comprehensive reference book about 800 North American birds It is heavily illustrated, unlike some of the condensed field guides I especially appreciate seeing 3 5 related birds shown on one page I also appreciate the pages that show a number of birds in flight within the same family, example shore birds or hawks, because this is often how birds are observed.I find this reference especially helpful in narrowing the possibilities when trying to identify a bird within a family It is als [...]
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Angelo Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This book is about the birds of North America It talks about how to find, identify, and the age This book takes you through the world of birds.As you read the book it will tell you where the type of bird lives Which you way think it is odd because a bird can go any where, but some birds have certain environments that they can only live in There are some birds that come here from other countries as well I think the type of people that would really like this book is bird watchers or people that li [...]
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Johann Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
While I haven t actually read through this book from cover to cover I m using the sixth edition , it has proven itself extremely useful I spent quite some time reading about the various field guides online and thought I had decided on the best option Then I went to our local bookstore to flip through the options they had including the Sibley, Stokes, Kaufman, and a few other guides , and this one really stood out from the rest What I love about the book are the quick indexes on the front and bac [...]
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T Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Can t live without this one it goes everywhere with me I ve since updated and bought the 4th and 5th editions, but all of my birding notes are still in this very worn copy An excellent field guide, in my opinion I supplement it with The Sibley Guide to Birds, which stays at home while I drag the Ntl Geographic guide with me.
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Sean Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Not my everyday field guide, but the illustrations can be useful for cross referencing species, and it does cover all of North America so is good for travel outside of my region I prefer The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America for regular home regional use.
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Suz Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
My favorite birding guide book It has great pictures and descriptions The blurbs with the range maps is fantastic and it has a lot of incidental species to South Texas at least that a lot of guide books lack since they are not common enough , I guess.There s a handy checklist in the back if you want to check off species as you see them, but since I m a much casual birder, I just write in the white space next to the bird where and when I saw it for the first time.
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Donna Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This reference is great In past editions it was difficult to find specific birds, but the combination of durable flap index and thumb tabs for the most frequent bird families hawks, warblers, sparrows, etc make it super easy to use.The written descriptions are fairly brief so the focus is on the drawings The drawings are detailed and mostly include those of the different races, juveniles, and birds in flight.
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Sheri Fresonke Harper Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
We use this as a back up guide that is handy for those visiting both coasts of the United States since it contains the birds on both sides of the Rocky Mountains, a divide in the country that has lead to different species of birds like Meadowlarks and Bluebirds It has good details on the hawks, too.
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Scott Cox Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
The illustrations and information contained in this field guide makes it my favorite for field use Perhaps Sibley s guide contains detailed and up to date information, but this still remains my favorite guide it helps of course that it contains all my hand written notes from 3 years of field ornithology courses.
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Greg Brozeit Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Finally finished reading this cover to cover after a year of about a page a day plus many reread parts as I tried to identify birds Anyone in North American interested in finding out about the birds around them should own this book Great illustrations, great facts, and great insight to help appreciate the world around us.
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Chelsea Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is the field guide that I began birding with and I still use it today, in companion with my Stokes Guide It s absolutely fantastic It s well organized, well illustrated, and well written I could not recommend this book highly to anyone interested in learning about birds.
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Stanley Hall Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
I wish I had the newest edition of this book I ve been carrying around this edition for almost 20 years and it is the best guide that I ve come across I have several other guides and I use them to complement this one.
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Ben Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
A very detailed book of birds I don t know enough about the field to know how it compares to it s competitors, but the book does everything I want it to do It has really come in handy with identifying all of those birds eating out of my birdfeeder.
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Linda Jenkinson Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is the perfect book for identifying that bird in your back yard or to take along camping or on a Sunday walk through a wooded park.
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Tiffany Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Still my field guide of choice, well the 3rd edition is, in spite of new editions and Sibley s This is the book I like to carry around.
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Katelyn Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is a great field guide, but sometimes I have a little trouble identifying the real bird from the drawings, but at least they have all stages of a birds life
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adriana Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
my field guide of choice fairly life like renderings of the species with gendered, age specific and seasonal plumages included most importantly, small enough to carry without being burdensome.
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Kathie Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
I want to look birds up by state and color and size this is a little challenging than that, but it s very helpful And it makes me feel smart
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Julie Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This is the bible of bird watching I was turned on to bird watching when I married Kevin and I love it.
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Jenn Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
This detailed and handy field guide is a wonderful hiking companion The full colored illustrations remove the guess work while identifying birds, and the range maps are accurate and trustworthy.
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Erin Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Most informative and well written This is a great book to get a start and or to brush up on your facts of Bird species in North America.
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Randy Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Invaluable to any birderopen it countless times during the year especially helpful identifying hawks and warblers One of my Top 10
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demonslayer666 Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
I have always really liked science and animals and someday I would like to be a veterinarian This book was a lot of fun for me to read because it taught me a lot about birds, where they come from, how they look and what perspective I should look at them from For example, if I had to do a medical procedure on a raven, I would have to put it under very heavy anesthetic so that it wouldn t come back in the middle of the procedure and kill itself accidentally while trying to get away.This book also [...]
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Elizabeth Hendy Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Summary Wanna know about birds in North America Where they live What they eat What they like to do Read this book It gives you everything that you need to know Evaluation I gave the book a 4.5 The pictures were wonderful and the text was engaging It was a wonderful non fiction read, for someone who is interested in birds Teaching Idea I would use this if I were having students do research on different types of birds and animals that are only found in North America This would be a great resource [...]
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Catherine Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Comprehensive The illustrations are outstanding A long time favorite, it sits with the field glasses ready for reference any time A classic.
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Anna Nesterovich Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
It is the best field guide to American birds I found so far It contains recognisable pictures distribution maps for all birds that are than just unexpected visitors fair descriptions and some notes on voices Unlike the vast majority of American field guides, it offers species according to taxonomy, not color or habitat.Still, the book is very disappointing after European field guides, by Collins for example It offers very little, if any, information on habitat and behaviour and altogether misse [...]
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Jayme Jan 24, 2021 - 15:40 PM
Great bird guide This one got me through my Vertebrates of BC course at school The pictures are drawn, with different variations included when necessary male, female, summer, winter, etc Birds are separated by family gulls, finches, owls, etc Colour coded distribution map is also included for most species, very handy.
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National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America By National Geographic Society The National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America continues to be the most sought after, most authoritative, and most accessible field guide to birds on the market.The fourth edition of the Field Guide to the Birds of North America is a great guide for birders Sturdy, portable, and easy to use, it features superlative information on bird species recorded iThe National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America continues to be the most sought after, most authoritative, and most accessible field guide to birds on the market.The fourth edition of the Field Guide to the Birds of North America is a great guide for birders Sturdy, portable, and easy to use, it features superlative information on bird species recorded in North America This edition features range maps, plumage and species classification information, specially commissioned full color illustrations, and a superb index that allows birders in the field to quickly identify a species.

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