This new field guide provides a suite of modern tools to effectively aid in the identification of more than 750 species of birds across North America. It introduces a "whole bird" approach by concisely gathering a collection of information about birds into one portable and well-organized volume.
The new Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America is perfectly designed to give birders the most powerful and user-friendly collection of information to carry into the field or wherever they enjoy learning about birds and nature.
A Look (and Listen) Inside the Smithsonian Field Guide to the Birds of North America
Click on an image below to sample one of the 587 different downloadable bird songs included with the guide.
|American Wigeon||Common Loon||Mallard|
|Red-Winged Blackbird||Mourning Dove||Northern Cardinal|
This book has been fun for us to identify our local birds and we have taken it on vacation once or twice. Helpful and as always, pictures are a plus in any book!Published 9 months ago by songbird7
I am a new birder, and this book is absolutely the most helpful book I could find. The photographs are excellent so that you can easily identify new birds and the information... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Book Worm
This is a desk reference book. It contains a lot of information that requires a lot of page flipping. I am happy to add it to my bookcase filled with bird books. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Anne
If you're long-time birder you've probably used most of the bird guides out there, starting like I did many years ago with the now venerable Peterson guide. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Magellan
This is my favorite bird identification book. Has a wide range of birds, excellent pictures, male female and immature. It's easy to follow.Published 15 months ago by Carol
This is such a great book! What I like so much is that it comes with a cd of hundreds of bird calls! I went to the park the next day, and heard a ton that I listened to! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Heather
I chose this particular field guide because it was the only one I could find with decent photographs of the birds rather than illustrations. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Joe B