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The North American Bird Guide, 2nd Edition (Helm Field Guides) Paperback – 27 Mar 2014
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combine[s] beautiful artwork...with the kind of knowledge that can only be gained from extensive field experience.', --BTO News
About the Author
David Sibley is both the author and artist of this groundbreaking book, which sealed his reputation as one of North America's top field birders. He has since written and illustrated a comprehensive field guide to the trees of North America (2009), as well as a number of other bird books, including the Sibley Guide to Bird Life and Behaviour (Helm, 2001).
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But there are two problems with this new edition. These problems are not with what the author has produced, but with the printing. Firstly, the colours on some of the bird illustrations are too dark. Secondly, the print of much of the text is a sort of faint grey colour instead of black, and also rather small, making it difficult to read.
There has been a lot of discussion about this on the American Amazon website (Amazon.com), and it seems there is the possibility of changes being made when a new print run is produced by the publishers.
enormously ,.I knew very little about North American birds , but I do now ,I was identifing birds from friends
Photos, and wish I could go myself , thats impossible ,is there any North American Birder want an email friend ,
I will help with the cost ,