Bird Songs Bible covers the sights and sounds of every single breeding bird in North America -- nearly 750 in all. This distinctive package features a state-of-the-art digital audio player that brings to life the birds' songs and calls with the touch of a button. Written by a panel of ornithological experts and produced with the renowned Cornell Lab of Ornithology, this excellent reference features lavish illustrations of the birds and their habitats, scientifically accurate range maps, and detailed information on distribution, habitat, behavior, and vocalizations.
Les Beletsky Seattle, Washington Les Beletsky is the author of Bird Songs and Bird Songs From Around the World. He is a professional bird biologist and natural history writer and editor. For more than 20 years, he has conducted ecological research on birds, concentrating on their vocalizations. Cornell Lab of Ornithology Ithaca, New York The world-renowned Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a nonprofit institution whose mission is to interpret and conserve the earth's biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science focused on birds. The Lab's Macaulay Library is a major source of sound recordings for research, education, conservation, habitat assessment, the media, and commercial products. Its holdings include more than 160,000 recordings of 67 percent of the world's birds.
"Truly encyclopedic, 'Bird Songs Bible' is a masterwork." - Chicago Tribune