Smithsonian Handbooks Field Guide to Birds of North America with DVD
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Was that a Marbled Godwit? Find out with this stunning guide, complete with information about 750 species of birds across North America and a DVD of birdsongs. Author: Ted Floyd. Softcover; 512 pages; color photographs and maps. HarperCollins; copyright 2008. DVD contains 587 audio files for 138 major species; each file contains an embedded image of the featured bird and works with home computers or portable media players. Includes details of the bird's life history in a concise and user-friendly format. Each profile features a precise description and identifying photographs of distinguishing plumage. Describes the typical song, behavior, breeding, nesting, population and conservation concerns of each species. Each bird's range during summer, winter and migration is clearly shown on a map; similar species are grouped together.
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