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National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of the United States and Canada: East

Field / Identification Guide New Edition
By: Ted Floyd(Author)
448 pages, colour illustrations, 560 colour distribution maps
National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of the United States and Canada: East
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  • National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of the United States and Canada: East ISBN: 9781426222771 Edition: 2 Paperback Feb 2025 Available for pre-order
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This entirely updated edition of National Geographic's top-selling regional bird field guide provides ID information, maps, and illustrations for identifying more than 800 bird species of the eastern United States and Canada.

National Geographic's second edition of this trusted field guide to birds of the eastern United States and Canada combines new text, revised art, and eBird data-derived range maps, all organized for ease of species identification according to current taxonomy. This is a book designed for the digital age, appealing to every level, from backyard birdwatcher to dedicated life-lister, and complementing the smartphone apps and online resources used by so many birders today.

With more pages and more species than the previous edition, National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of the United States and Canada: East (2nd edition) is organized in the user-friendly format for which National Geographic's birding field guides are known, with explanatory text on the left and matching annotated illustrations on the right. An easy-to-carry paperback with thumb tabs and a visual index for easy navigation, this field guide features more than 800 species, comprising 586 likely to be observed and 240 that appear more rarely.

Combining groundbreaking new features with tried and true traditions, this second edition of the National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of the United States and Canada: East is destined to become a must-have guide for birders young and old, avid and beginner.

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Ted Floyd is the longtime editor of Birding magazine, the award-winning flagship publication of the American Birding Association (ABA). He has written five books, including the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America and How to Know the Birds, and more than 200 articles, technical papers, and book chapters on birds and nature. A frequent speaker at festivals and conferences worldwide, in 2022 he received the ABA Award for Distinguished Service.

Field / Identification Guide New Edition
By: Ted Floyd(Author)
448 pages, colour illustrations, 560 colour distribution maps
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