New fans are flocking in list numbers to the interesting hobby of birding. nationwide Geographic has been assembly their want for transparent and actual info for 25 years with our million-selling Field advisor to the Birds of North America. Now, to raised serve the increasing marketplace, we’ve personalized our field-guide layout to provide precise insurance for birders east or west of the Rocky Mountains. those new volumes convey in-depth details on each poultry formally recorded within the unique zone, with illustrated debts of different plumages and existence levels, besides 1000's of color-coded variety maps.
Unique good points set those courses except the contest and promise to win a brand new iteration of readers: A full-color visible index, imprinted on the within covers, makes the content material available visually —a actual boon to starting and intermediate birders. Annotated art highlights birds’ key actual gains, making id more straightforward. Thumb-tabs aid readers locate info quickly. sturdy covers withstand open air use, with built-in quick-reference flaps that double as place-markers.Field advisor to the Birds of Western North America bargains 750 common species, six hundred new diversity maps, a hundred informal and unintentional birds, and fifty five rarities.
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