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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of the Americas  Birds of North America

Bird Mug Shots A Unique Look at North America's Most Wanted Birds

Field / Identification Guide
By: Earl Orf(Author), Val Cunningham(Author)
110 pages, 200+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
Bird Mug Shots
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  • Bird Mug Shots ISBN: 9780990915881 Paperback Aug 2018 Usually dispatched within 6 days
Price: £13.99
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About this book

Bird Mug Shots reveals a whole new side to birds! You've never really truly seen a bird until you've viewed it from both the normal side view... and from the "mug shot" front view. Some of photographer Earl Orf's bird mug shots are hilarious, and some will have you saying, "Huh, I never knew they looked like that!" Val's natural history text will keep you flipping the pages for more. One hundred of North America's "Most Wanted" (and most photogenic) birds are highlighted in full colour in this ground-breaking book.


- American Goldfinch
- American Kestrel
- American Redstart
- American Robin
- American Tree Sparrow
- American White Pelican
- American Wigeon
- Atlantic Puffin
- Bachman's Sparrow
- Bald Eagle
- Baltimore Oriole
- Barred Owl
- Black Oystercatcher
- Black-and-white Warbler
- Black-capped Chickadee
- Black-throated Green
- Black-throated Sparrow
- Blackburnian Warbler
- Blue Jay
- Blue-headed Vireo
- Boat-tailed Grackle
- Bobolink
- Brown Pelican
- Bufflehead
- Canada Goose
- Canada Warbler
- Cape May Warbler
- Cattle Egret
- Cedar Waxwing
- Chestnut-sided Warbler
- Clay-colored Sparrow
- Common Eider
- Common Goldeneye
- Common Loon
- Common Merganser
- Common Raven
- Common Yellowthroat
- Cooper's Hawk
- Crested Caracara
- Downy Woodpecker
- Eastern Bluebird
- Eastern Screech-Owl
- Evening Grosbeak
- Fox Sparrow
- Golden-crowned Kinglet
- Golden-winged Warbler
- Great Blue Heron
- Great Gray Owl
- Great Horned Owl
- Greater Roadrunner
- Green Jay
- Green Kingfisher
- Hairy Woodpecker
- Harris's Hawk
- Horned Grebe (breeding)
- Horned Grebe (non-breeding)
- Least Bittern
- Lesser Scaup
- Magnolia Warbler
- Nashville Warbler
- Northern Cardinal
- Northern Mockingbird
- Northern Parula
- Olive Sparrow
- Osprey (adult)
- Osprey (juvenile)
- Painted Bunting
- Peregrine Falcon
- Pileated Woodpecker
- Pine Grosbeak
- Razorbill
- Red-bellied Woodpecker
- Red-eyed Vireo
- Red-winged Blackbird
- Redhead
- Ring-billed Gull
- Ring-necked Duck
- Roseate Spoonbill
- Royal Tern
- Ruby-throated Hummingbird
- Ruddy Turnstone
- Ruffed Grouse
- Short-eared Owl
- Snail Kite
- Snowy Egret
- Spruce Grouse
- Tricolored Heron
- Trumpeter Swan
- Virginia Rail
- White Ibis
- White-crowned Sparrow
- White-throated Sparrow
- White-winged Scoter
- Yellow Warbler
- Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
- Yellow-headed Blackbird
- Yellow-rumped (Audubon's) Warbler
- Yellow-rumped (Myrtle) Warbler
- Yellow-throated Vireo

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Earl Orf has been fascinated by nature since he was a boy, becoming a serious birder some 25 years ago. Since 2005, he has followed his passion of bird photography, studying under experts such as Allen Murphy and Arthur Morris. His goal is to teach people about birds and their behavior through his photos. Well known among birders for his photography, he sells his work through nature and gift stores in Minnesota and Florida. His "Pictures of the Week" postings attract many hundreds of viewers. His web site holds more than 10,000 of his photos.

Val Cunningham writes about nature, especially birds, from her home in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She has been published in local, state, and national newspapers and magazines, writes a column for the weekly "Birding" page in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and is the author of The Gardener's Hummingbird Book. She birds on a daily basis and enjoys traveling to birding hot spots in the United States, Central America, and other areas. Val takes particular pleasure in sharing with others her fascination with birds and birding. She and her husband maintain a backyard habitat for urban wildlife.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Earl Orf(Author), Val Cunningham(Author)
110 pages, 200+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
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