The Sibley Guide to Birds 978-0-307-95790-0 9780307957900
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The Sibley Guide to Birds

A comprehensive reference source!



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The Sibley Guide to Birds

Second Edition. Written and illustrated by David Allen Sibley. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 2014. Contains more than 6,600 beautifully detailed illustrations. Nearly every species is shown in flight and measurements are given for length, wingspan, and weight for every species. Other features include complete voice descriptions, an introductory page for each family or group of related families, clear and concise labels with pointers for identifying field marks, and birds are illustrated in similar poses to make comparisons between species quick and easy. 624 Pages. Flexibound cover.

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12/09/2016
I am an ornithologist with a BS in Science from NDSU. I have used many field guides over the years and the Sibley Guides are, in my opinion, the best reference and identification publications on the market. They are comprehensive and give complete information on each species. Identifications are made easier by having at ones finger tips information such as detailed and a accurate color patterns including juvenile and gender markings, things to look for such as color of tarsus (legs) and wing bars, length and height, pictures of the bird in flight and regions where each species can be found. I highly recommend this guide to anyone interested in identifying birds. Tom Clement Hazen, ND
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