The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America

The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Stokes Field Guides)

$9.98
The Stokes Field Guide to the Birds of North America (Stokes Field Guides)
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            Publisher’s Description:

            The culmination of many years of research, observation, and study, the new STOKES FIELD GUIDE includes more species, more photographs, and more useful identification information than any other photographic field guide.

            The guide features 853 North American bird species and more than 3,400 stunning color photographs. And yet it’s portable enough to fit in your pocket!

            The photographs cover all significant plumages, including male, female, summer, winter, immature, morphs, important subspecies, and birds in flight. Also included

            • the newest scientific and common names and phylogenetic order;
            • special help for identifying birds in flight through important clues of behavior, plumage, and shape;
            • detailed descriptions of songs and calls;
            • important behavioral information;
            • key habitat preferences of each species; and
            • the newest range maps, detailing species’ winter, summer, year-round ranges, and migration routes.
            • a special downloadable CD with more than 600 bird sounds (from Lang Elliott and Kevin Colver) and 150 photographs: the calls and songs of 150 common North American species.

            Comments

            1. Portability

              7.00

              Quality

              9.00

              Features

              10.00

              Usability

              10.00

              Completeness

              9.00

              A very nice field guide, but better suited as a car or home guide as it is a bit bulky (not a bad thing most of the time). Very thick and full of color photos of species, sexes and ages when varying. This and the newest Sibley’s are usually my two go-to guides. After some use my front cover had detached, but I’m a believer that a good field guide will have some duct tape somewhere! Very pleased with this purchase and a lot of the products/information that the Stokes’ put out.

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