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Hello Nerd Birders! I have another wonderful guide book to tell you about. Like the Birds of Hawaii, New Zealand, and the Central and West Pacific Princeton Guide, this guide, Birds of North America and Greenland by Norman Arlott is an excellent hand guide for birds in North America and Greenland. It features the same type of amazing illustrations of the various birds on the right side pages and the descriptions on the left. Each bird is identified by its multiple names, where it can be found, when it can be found there, its habitat, its specific calls/songs, distinguishing characteristics and a colorful illustration of each particular bird. Like the other books in this series, Birds of North America and Greenland is made with water [&hellip

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Birds of Eastern North America: A Photographic Guide by Paul Sterry & Brian E. Small is a vibrant, detailed guide to hundreds of birds found in the eastern half of North America. The introduction is well-written, easy to understand and concise. It walks you step-by-step how to use this book most effectively. The book is laid out in a way that is simple to follow, intuitive and useful for all levels of bird enthusiasts from beginner to experienced. I read it from cover to cover and found interesting new birds to put on my must-see list and found the process enjoyable! Many bird guides are not well laid out and you find yourself flipping back and forth to find information about the same bird, this is not one of those guides! Each [&hellip

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