North American Field Guide

Subject: North American Field Guide
From: David Adams <>
Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2013 10:43:30 +1100
Since you're doing to be over there for some time and visiting a lot of
areas, the advice you've gotten is very good:

* Sibley for the outstanding drawings.
* Nat Geo as it's easier to use in the field.
* iBird Pro for an app as it's got a great collection of pictures, sounds
and plates.
* I also like the Sibley app as I can then carry it around more places.
* There are numerous family guides to harder families, like warblers,
waders and raptors. Worth it, for sure, if you've got an interest in any of
those groups.

For site guides and locations, also check out local bird club outings where
you plan to go. They can be just fantastic and very friendly.

Apart from Buteo, the LA Audubon society runs a decent bookstore.

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