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North American Warbler Fold-Out Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: Scott Whittle(Author), Tom Stephenson(Author)
14 pages, 123 colour photos, 120 colour illustrations
North American Warbler Fold-Out Guide
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North American Warbler Fold-Out Guide

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This is a handy, pocket-sized foldout reference to the 45 most commonly seen North American warblers.
- Photos include side-on, underside, and 45-degree views
- Drawings of undertail patterns provide at-a-glance comparisons between species
- Icons depict generalized color patterns for each bird and where the species is usually found – on the ground, low in trees or vegetation, midstory, or toward the top of trees
- Succinct text describes key identification features for each species
- A QR code takes you to a range of common vocalizations for each species

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Scott Whittle and Tom Stephenson are the authors of the award-winning book and companion app The Warbler Guide and The Warbler Guide App (both Princeton).

Field / Identification Guide
By: Scott Whittle(Author), Tom Stephenson(Author)
14 pages, 123 colour photos, 120 colour illustrations
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