|François Vuilleumier, ed.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||480 / 2011|
Ideal for birdwatchers of any age, these guides by the American Museum of Natural History feature multiple images of each species, along with texts on the birds' appearance, behavior, nesting, habitat, and conservation status.
Many remarkable birds are found in the United States and Canada west of the 100th Meridian, among them the sandhill crane, the double-crested cormorant, the harlequin duck, the tundra swan, the purple martin, and the curve-billed thrasher. Spanning Alaska to Mexico, this guide will put you on the trail of no less than 580 species of birds.