Bats are one of the most unique and mysterious animals on earth. You may have feared them or have been fascinated by them. Either way, you have wanted to learn more. This is your chance. Their nocturnal habits make them difficult to photograph and document. However, this guide provides the expert and the novice alike the visual cues and scientific observations to identify bats from the Adirondacks to the Everglades.
This 12-panel guide, conveniently folds up in to a packet narrow enough to fit in a back pocket, glove box, or tackle box yet sturdy enough to stand up under repeated use—durable lamination also makes it waterproof. Size: 4”x 9” folded; 9” x 24.5” unfolded.Click here to view an electronic sample »
Warblers of North America provides comprehensive coverage of all the regularly occurring warblers of NA, plus a few rarities. Over 150 photos include breeding adults, nonbreeding and first-winter plumages of many species where pertinent, and immature male and female photos of some species. Similar species are often shown adjacent to each other to allow for direct comparison in the field.
Each species includes a short description of their physical and plumage features, body and wingspan measurements, and preferred habitats. The status of each species, including seasonal frequency, resident or migrant occurrence, along with the habitat preferences are noted, and geographic occurrence for most species is provided.
These guides differ from other similar products by the increased number of photos for each species, which allows readers to compare a variety of individuals on the same page. This laminated, waterproof, folding field guide is a must for anyone who wants to identify warblers anywhere in North America—and they fit in your back pocket when you complete your ID conclusion. You’ve tried the rest; now try the best quick reference guides for North American warblers.Click here to view an electronic sample »
This comprehensive guide includes multiple photos of every owl found in North America, including some regional subspecies. Some species have up to six photos that show plumage variation, sexual differences and behavior, with 75 photos representing the 19 species of owls found in North America. Most other similar guides only show two or three photos of each species, which is why this guide is more helpful in field conditions.
Accompanying text provides tips on how to identify each owl, including how they differ from other similar owls, as well as their calls and vocalizations. The ability to see similar owl species in side by side comparison is the key to your ID success, and this guide allows that to happen due to the foldable panels.
Nine species of nighthawks and nightjars are also shown at the end of this guide, with multiple photos showing nighthawks in flight for ID comparison. All nightjars found in North America are also shown here, with text explaining how each differs from the others. This waterproof guide is invaluable for your field identification of these two birds groups.Click here to view an electronic sample »
Waterfowl of North America contains 185 color photos of all the breeding and commonly occurring waterfowl species found in North America. Species accounts show perched, swimming and flight photos, with males and females illustrated where applicable. Immature birds are shown for some species as well. Some similar species are shown side by side to allow for easier ID comparison.
Each featured species includes a short description of their physical features, body and wingspan measurements, and preferred habitats. The status of each species, including seasonal frequency, resident or migrant occurrence, and breeding location and habitats are also noted.
These guides differ from other similar products by the increased number of photos for each species, which allows readers to compare a variety of individuals This laminated, waterproof, folding field guide is a must for anyone who wants to identify waterfowl anywhere in North America—and they fit in your back pocket when you complete your ID conclusion. You’ve tried the rest; now try the best quick reference guides for North American waterfowl.Click here to view an electronic sample »
The Quick Reference Guide to The Birds of Michigan, by Greg R. Homel, is a quick and easy to use, light-weight, durable, all-weather guide to the inspiring, incredibly varied and colorful birdlife inhabiting the State of Michigan.
Stunning digital photographs depict more than 130 species of common and notable birds, enabling users to identify nearly every bird they encounter—day or night—within the guide’s impressive area of coverage.
Designed to satisfy the needs of birders of all interest levels—especially beginning and intermediate users trying to “make sense of it all”—this beautiful and amazingly informative six-fold guide will be an indispensable companion for visitors and residents alike on all regional outings.
Whether you’re seeking Spruce Grouse in the UP; on a quest to see the famed and beautiful Kirtland’s Warblers near Mio and Grayling; chasing spring and fall migrants along the shores of the five Great Lakes that bound the state; birding the region’s far-flung constellations of wildlife refuges, national forests, state and national historic parks; or combining birding with sightseeing or business at any season, you’ll be glad to have this booklet.
This affordable guide will serve as a lasting memento of any visit to Michigan and will conveniently fit into any daypack, pocket or glove compartment, facilitating easy field identification—whether in a Lansing garden, on a family vacation to Mackinac Island, or embarking on a serious birding trip visiting all the best birding hotspots in the Great Lakes State.