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Eco-Library - New Releases

Ecobeetle is your green webpage with the Eco-Library, highlighting the best in books on the Environment, Outdoors & Nature. We endeavor to get review copies of the latest and greatest in Natural History literature and reference to offer clear and independant reviews for our site visitors.

 

National Wildlife Federation

Field Guide to Birds of North America

By Edward S. Brinkley

Published by Sterling Publishing

Wow! I’ve seen all the field guides produced today and very few stop me cold with such a breathless exultation. The National Wildlife Federation - Field Guide to Birds of North America by Edward S. Brinkley and published by Sterling Publishing is the best North American bird guide on the market today. What makes this effort shine is the remarkable photographs that illustrate identification of each individual species of bird, with separate photos for juveniles, non-breeding plumaged birds and other distinctive variations that need spotlighting for i.d. purposes. Each photo includes a text layover of prominent features and other identifying characteristics.  The species profile includes the standard distribution map, size particulars and call and voice descriptions as well as a succinct and accurate paragraph that summarizes the individual bird aptly. One of the great features of The National Wildlife Federation - Field Guide to Birds of North America by Edward S. Brinkley is the section on bird identification and how to become a more successful and accurate birder. The National Wildlife Federation - Field Guide to Birds of North America by Edward S. Brinkley and published by Sterling Publishing is a tremendous field guide and a must have for any birder or wildlife enthusiast. This is the best bird guide available, pick up a copy today.

Bird
by David Burnie , Ben Hoare , BirdLife International

Published by DK Adult
Release Date: September 17, 2007

 

Raptors of Western North America & Raptors of Eastern North America – The Wheeler Guides

by Brian K.Wheeler

Published by Princeton University Press

Raptors are incredible creatures and as a photographer I will have to admit that they are probably my favorite bird to photograph. They are regal and wild, ferocious and beautiful. The one point of trouble in watching or photography raptors is that they can be incredibly difficult to identify at times. The key to solving this problem lies in acquiring a good reference guide and now on available are a pair of field guides that are by far the best raptor guides on the market.  Raptors of Western North America & Raptors of Eastern North America – The Wheeler Guides by Brian K.Wheeler and published by Princeton University Press are simply masterful. They offer hundreds of brilliant, sharp and descriptive photos, detailed status and distribution, species traits, descriptions and much, much more. The species accounts are incredibly informative and exhaustedly researched and compiled by Brian K.Wheeler who is an incredibly talented photographer as well. Raptors of Western North America & Raptors of Eastern North America – The Wheeler Guides by Brian K.Wheeler and published by Princeton University Press are the best raptor guides period and are a must have for any nature lovers library.

 

 

 

 

 
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