Photographic Guide to the Birds of North America is a field guide designed for the beginner to intermediate level birder and those who want to feed and attract birds in their own backyard.

* The guide is laid out in a progressive manner.

* The initial section describes how the guide is structured and can best be used.

* The second section provides bird identification tips, including tips on using size and behavior as identification aids.

* The third section is a 75 species mini-guide called the FastFinder. It contains 75 of the most common and wide spread species found in the United States based on the Cornell Lab of Ornithology s Project FeederWatch data.

* The fourth section is the main part of the guide covering 650 species, including descriptions, photographs and range maps of each species.

* The appendix includes information on attracting and feeding birds as well as binocular selection and bird photography.

* The photography is exceptional and even people with just a passive interest in birds will enjoy flipping through the guide.

About the Author

Sam Crowe has been an active birder for many years with worldwide experience; including:

– Mexico

– Costa Rica

– Peru

– Brazil

– South Africa

– Australia

– New Zealand

– New Guinea

– Singapore

– Casually in England and Europe

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