As a nature lover, I naturally (ha) love the sounds of animals around me while I’m out for a walk or hike. There’s a bird sanctuary nearby that I like to visit throughout the year. There are so many birds there that I wish I could identify!
The American Museum of Natural History Birds of North America is a book that satisfies my thirst for knowledge about the different varieties of birds that live in North America.
If you’d like to see what the book looks like inside, go to the American Museum of Natural History Birds of North America book on the DK website. The book let’s you know where in North America the individual birds on pages are native to, the shape of their tales, different varieties that exist, and lists the order, species and family for each bird in the book.
I’m often woken up by the sound of birds chirping outside my window. What kind of birds? Well, once I look through this Birds of North America book I’ll be able to identify them. 🙂
While the Birds of North America is more of a coffee table book, DK does have several smaller books you can pick up to take with you. These field-guide sized books can be found on the DK website. I’ve given field guides for different regions of North America to many of my friends. But this book is a much moe comprehensive reference book that I’m sure I’ll keep checking.
I was sent this book by DK so that I could share my honest thoughts with you.