In this updated edition of their best-selling field guide, renowned bird experts Richard Cannings, Tom Aversa, and Hal Opperman illuminate the key identification traits, vocalizations, seasonal statuses, habitat preferences, and feeding behaviors of bird species from British Columbia to southern Oregon.
- Compact full-page accounts feature maps and more than 900 colour photographs by the region's top bird photographers
- Comprehensive revisions to taxonomic structure and sequencing of avian families to align with the most current print and online resources
- Territorial range covers much of British Columbia; all of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho; and parts of western Montana and Wyoming
Spanning a vast, distinctive region rich in protected wildlands and iconic national parks, Birds of the Pacific Northwest is a superlative, complete resource for enjoying the many bird species found in the region.
Tom Aversa is the coauthor of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, Birds of the Puget Sound Region, and Birds of the Willamette Valley Region. He lives in Unity, Maine.
Richard Cannings is a renowned naturalist, conservationist, and bird expert. He is the author of Birds of Interior BC and the Rockies, An Enchantment of Birds, and The Rockies: A Natural History, and is coauthor of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia and British Columbia: A Natural History. He lives in Penticton, BC, Canada.
Hal Opperman is the principal author of A Birder's Guide to Washington and coauthor of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia, Birds of the Puget Sound Region, and Birds of the Willamette Valley Region. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
"An essential reference for birders west of the continental divide, particularly for intermediate and advanced observers."
– Western Birds: The Quarterly Journal of Western Field Ornithologists