This comprehensive e-guide to North American birds uses a fully integrated photographic approach for quick and easy identification in the field.
This is the only photographic field e-guide you need to enjoy bird-watching in Eastern North America. It uses a photographic approach to profile the extraordinary range of birds found in Eastern North America. The highest-quality photography brings nearly 500 species to life on the page, capturing their beauty and making identification quick and effortless.
The 393 species most commonly seen east of the Rocky Mountains are featured in full-page profiles that emphasize all the information needed to identify them. All photographs are clearly labeled and annotated. Detailed similar species boxes make it easy to distinguish between birds that are similar in appearance. Schematic drawings show the shape and posture of the bird in flight as well as its coloration, and a diagram of its flight pattern is also included.
A further 108 less common species are profiled in their own section of quarter-page entries, each with a clear photograph annotated to point out the most characteristic features. A separate section lists 44 species that are rare visitors to North America.
Written by experts and produced in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, Birds of North America Eastern Region is an essential field guide for identifying birds in North America.