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The Sibley guide to birds : field identification /
"A completely revised edition of Sibley's landmark guide, with more than 600 new paintings and 111 rare species added, new information on habitat and behavior, and more tips on finding species in the field"--Cover.
- ""A completely revised edition of Sibley's landmark guide, with more than 600 new paintings and 111 rare species added, new information on habitat and behavior, and more tips on finding species in the field"--Cover."@en
- "From David Sibley, the renowned artist & birder, heir to the mantle of Roger Tory Peterson, comes this landmark addition to Knopf's National Audubon Society publishing program: a field identification guide to North American birds containing his superbly lucid & comprehensive text & more than 6,500 of his paintings--beautiful, richly detailed, brilliantly reproduced in full color. Sibley depicts & annotates 810 species & 350 regional populations, showing their stages, forms, shapes, colors, & markings. He describes each species' calls, & provides a full-color range map showing each species' migration routes & its summer, winter, & breeding locations. The entire birding world, from expert ornithologists to backyard enthusiasts, has been waiting for David Sibley's work to be made available in a field-usable form. This guide is certain to quickly become & long remain the definitive & indispensable reference tool for the identification & understanding of North American birds. 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. The Sibley Guide's innovative design makes it entirely user friendly. The illustrations are arranged to facilitate comparison, yet still capture the unique character of each species. The Sibley Guide to Birds provides a wealth of new information: Captioned illustrations show many previously unpublished field marks and revisions of known marks. Nearly every species is shown in flight. Measurements include length, wingspan, and weight for every species. Subspecies and geographic varients are covered thoroughly. Complete voice descriptions are included for every species. Maps show the complete distribution of every species: Summer and winter ranges, migration routes, and rare occurrences. Both novice and experienced birders will appreciate these and other innovative features: An introductory page for each family or group of related families makes comparisons simple. Clear and concise labels with pointers identify field marks directly. Birds are illustrated in similar poses to make comparisons between species quick and easy. Illustrations emphasize the way birds look in the field With The Sibley Guide to Birds, the National Audubon Society makes the art and expertise of David Sibley available to the world in a comprehensive, handsome, easy-to-use volume that will be the indispensable identification guide every birder must own."
- "This book has become an established nationwide standard of identification guide."@en
- "A comprehensive guide to North American birds, with beautifully detailed illustrations - more than 6,600 in all - and descriptions of 810 species and 350 regional populations."
- "The Sibley guide to birds : field identification /"@en
- "Sibley's guide to birds"@en
- "National Audubon Society"
- "National Audubon Society"@en
- "North American bird guide"
- "National Audubon Society : The Sibley guide to birds /"
- "National Audubon Society the Sibley guide to birds"
- "The Sibley guide to birds /"
- "The Sibley guide to birds /"@en
- "Guide to birds"@en
- "Sibley birds"@en
- "The Sibley guide to birds : [North America's definitive guide to birding] /"@en