Perfect for backpack, beach bag, glove compartment, or on-on-the-go bag.
Written and illustrated by David Allen Sibley, America’s most widely respected bird illustrator and ornithologist.
Backyard Birds of the Mid-Atlantic
78 land bird species, both common and exotic, commonly seen in the region, including southern New York (incl. Long Island), Pennsylvania, New Jersey, W. Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, & Virginia.
Includes songbirds, raptors, woodpeckers, and more.
Common Trees of Trails & Forests of the Mid-Atlantic & Midwest
Includes 46 of the most common trees found on the trails and in the forests of the Mid-Atlantic & Midwest region. The range includes the following US states: NJ, DE, MD, PA, WV, OH, IN, IL, IA, MO, KS, NE.
Ducks, Geese & Swans of Eastern North America
50 species of dabbling and diving ducks, swans, geese, and duck-like species– both common and exotic- found east of the Rockies.
Includes captions which capture the gestalt of each species, detailed range maps, both in-flight and in-water illustrations with call-outs.
Owls of North America
All 19 species of owls- both common and rarefound in North America.
Includes captions which capture the gestalt of each species, detailed range maps, both in-flight and perched illustrations with call-outs.
Includes illustrated information on owl behavior including breeding, hunting, roosting, and nesting. Also includes basic tips for how to spot an owl.
Raptors of Eastern North America
27 species of eagles, hawks, falcons, kites, vultures, and harriers- both common and exotic- found east of the Rockies.
Includes captions which capture the gestalt of each species, detailed range maps, both in-flight and perched illustrations with call-outs, and special in-flight illustration panels that show relative sizes.
Common Mushrooms of the Northeast
57 species – both common and rare – found in northeastern North America
Tips for identification
Identifying poisonous species
Indestructible lamination – waterproof.
Night Sky Guide
Detailed instructions on the use of night sky charts, perfect for the beginner
Includes 4 seasonal night sky charts (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter), showing all major constellations, asterisms, nebula, and other objects visible with the naked eye
Includes “pointers” to orient the beginner skygazer to the most important things to look for
Detailed moon map showing important “maria” (seas) and craters, as well as chart showing phases of the moon