Synopses & Reviews
- Organized by color
- State-specific range map
- Flight, juvenile and morph insets
- Stan's Notes include "gee-whiz" facts
- Full page photos with corresponding full-page descriptions
- Contains state-specific species
Our state-by-state field guides--the first and the best
Compare our best-selling field guides to the imitators on the market:
- our full-page photos are incomparable: crisp, sharp photos of birds in their natural habitats
- we include insets of winter plumage, color morphs and more
- our organization by color is easily accessible to the beginner: there's no need to know the bird's name or classification in order to find it easily
- if the male and female birds of the same species are different colors, they're on separate pages; you won't overlook them
- using our field guides is a real pleasure: no more struggling to identify and learn about the birds in your state
- 130 species (only Oregon birds!)
- No need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in Oregon.
- Easy-to-use color guide. See a yellow bird and don't know what it is? Go to the yellow section!
- Fact-filled, containing the information you want to know.
- Compare feature. Not sure which woodpecker you're seeing? This feature helps you decide!
- Contains range maps showing where in Oregon you'll find the birds in summer, winter, all year or during migration.
- Full-page photos with corresponding full-page descriptions.
- Stan's Notes include naturalist information and interesting gee-whiz facts.
See a yellow bird and donít know what it is? No problem! This remarkable field guide features 130 bird species (only Oregon birds!) organized by color. Full-page photos, detailed descriptions, Stanís Notes and range maps help to ensure correct I.D.
About the Author
Tekiela is a naturalist who writes a syndicated nature column and appears on a syndicated nature radio show.