The National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America is a handy-sized, easy-to-use tool for backyard birding. Interspersed with the species accounts are pages of information on observing and attracting birds, various behaviors, and other interesting points about backyard birds. If you are a highly attuned backyard birder already we recommend you get the National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Birds of North America as a gift for a friend, neighbor, or family member to spark their interest in birds! We regularly get numerous species of warblers that pass through, most of which are not included.

The text includes information on identification, range, food, and nesting along with beautifully illustrated artwork and large range map.
There are also three pages describing citizen science which includes information on Project Feeder Watch, the Great Backyard Bird Count, and eBird. Not only is this super cool looking (includes head shots of the birds that we wish were bigger!) but it makes for a quick comparison of birds of different families but of similar colors. Readers discover cultural connections from food, currency, literature and lots more from around the world.

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