The first complete guide to one of the most challenging and interesting groups of birds in North America. Each of the sixty warbler species is described in detail, from its field marks to its mating habits and plumage. Precise range maps show where each species can be seen at different times of the year.
"[...] A Field Guide to Warblers of North America, though 15 years old now, is still the best identification guide for our North American warblers, and one of the select few family ID guides that every birder should have in their library."
- Grant McCreary (09-12-2006), read the full review at The Birder's Library
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