Birds: An Illustrated Field Guide (Illustrated Field Guides) (Paperback)
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A beautifully illustrated pocket-size field guide to the birds of North America—a must-have for any birder’s backpack or home library.
Birds: An Illustrated Field Guide is a compact, beautifully illustrated field guide to 50 North America’s most popular birds. Inside this elegant hardcover, you’ll find profiles on individual species, each showcasing a full-page illustration, plus a description of bird habits and flight patterns, information on where to look for birds and how—and when—to see them, and, last but not least, instructions for building your very own birding “life list.” Discover the wonderful world of North American birds, including:
- The Mountain Bluebird
- The Black-Capped Chickadee
- The Carolina Wren
- The Red-Winged Blackbird
- The Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
Visually stunning, Birds: An Illustrated Field Guide is an engrossing overview of North America’s remarkable and diverse birds. You’ll find opportunities for discovery on every page.
About the Author
June Lee is a graphic designer and illustrator who enjoys everything communication design-related, from painting murals to branding design. Projects include the Truth Campaign for The New York Times, Pizzaz Pizza Festival, and Junk magazine. In h her free time, June can be found reading with a cup of coffee in hand, or out hunting for the best coffee in the city. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. For more of her work, visit juneleedesign.com.
Alice Sun is a visual storyteller and writer based on the west coast of Canada. With a background in environmental biology and visual communication, she uses her skills in photography, writing, and design to share wildlife stories and communicate scientific research. She is a Girls Who Click ambassador and was featured by the Audubon Society as one of their best #birdstagram Instagramers of 2021. Her hope is that her work will help bridge the gap between science and the public, and reconnect people with the natural world. Explore her work at alicesun.ca.