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Posted March 2, 2009
ESSENTIAL FIELD GUIDE COMPANION
Most field guide authors and editors have a version of this book (National Geographic has "Complete Birds of N.A. and Ken Kaufman has "Lives of N.A. Birds), and they're all very good, but this is the book I refer to most. What makes this book so unusual is that there are no pictures or maps, but the species descriptions are so good you won't miss them. Besides, it's not a field guide, it's a field guide companion, so if you already have a Sibley or Peterson, you don't need another picture or map
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