An up-close look at the diverse array of bird species from every habitat in North America.
John James Audubon would be proud to know a life-size bird book still exists in the 21st century. Ninety-five North American species of our feathered friends are contained herein, offering a detailed look at their size, habitat, distribution, and more. Fun facts pepper the pages, and beautiful photographs of their varied plumage accompany each avian. More detailed information on nests, eggs, and migrations appear on featured spreads, and a removable 17” x 21” poster is included. Get an up-close, personal look at the stunning variety of birds that can be found across the entire continent!
Author Nancy J. Hajeski has been a birder for decades—her passion has resulted in her traveling to remote areas to look for specific species, such as raptors or wading birds; birding at wildlife sanctuaries in Florida, New Jersey, and New York; attending birding seminars, workshops, and talks at birdwatcher meetings and garden clubs; and becoming a member of the National Audubon Society. She has produced young adult nonfiction for Hammond as well as writing Ali: The Official Portrait of the Greatest of all Time and The Beatles: Here, There and Everywhere for Thunder Bay. She recently finished Complete Guide to Herbs and Spices for National Geographic. As Nancy Butler, she is the RITA-winning author of twelve Signet Regency romances, and her graphic novel adaptation of Pride and Prejudice for Marvel spent thirteen weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. She currently lives beside a Catskill trout stream where bald eagles and mergansers are regular visitors.