|National Audubon Society Sibley Guide to Birds: Field Identification
By David Allen Sibley / Random House, Inc
David Allen Sibley, America's most gifted contemporary painter of birds, is the author and illustrator of this comprehensive guide. His beautifully detailed illustrations--more than 6,600 in all--and descriptions of 810 species and 350 regional populations will enrich every birder's experience. Softcover.
|The National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds: Eastern Region, Revised
By John Bull / Random House, Inc
One of the standard and most well known naturalist guides, the National Audubon Society's Field Guide to Birds: Eastern Region includes stunning photographs as well as easily located descriptions and facts. With 646 full-color, half-page photographs, you'll be able to identify any bird that swoops across your path. Descriptions are numbered to align with the photographs, and include notes on their voice, habitat, nesting habits, range, offical and colloquial names, and physical description. 796 indexed pages, plastic-coated softcover for outdoor durability. 4" x 7.75".
|Writings and Drawings, Vol. 113
By John James Audubon / Penguin Putnam Inc.
The breathtaking art of John James Audubon's Birds of America has been celebrated throughout tthe world since it first appeared over 150 years ago. Less well known is Audubon's literary legacy: the magnificent volumes of natural history he published during his lifetime, as well as the remarkable journals, memoirs, and letters left behind at his death. In this volume, Audubon the great nature writer takes his rightful place alongside Audubon the artist. Here is the most comprehensive selection of Audubon's writings ever published, along with a spectacular portfolio of his drawings.