More accessible than ever to birdwatchers and other ecotourists, Panama has become a premier neotropical birding and nature tourism destination in recent years.
A field guide to the birds of Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.
The first dedicated field guide to Honduras, featuring 1,000 illustrations on 73 color plates. The book also illustrates the majority of the migratory species.
This new book draws strongly on its predecessor The Raptors of Europe and the Middle East: A Handbook of Field Identification, though this focuses on flight identification only, while the previous book dealt with identification of birds both perched and in flight.
This authoritative handbook, part of the Helm Identification Guides series, looks in detail at the world’s 170 species of robins and chats.
A photographic field guide devoted to identifying the birds of Pennsylvania.
A photographic field guide devoted to identifying the birds of California.
An up-to-date photographic field guide devoted to field identification of the birds of Florida.
The most comprehensive and up-to-date photographic field guide devoted to the birds of Colorado.
Birder’s Guide to Alaska gives you the detailed information you need to find the Great Land’s great birds.
Florida is one of the most popular birding destinations in the Western Hemisphere and it is well-served by the most popular birdfinding guide ever published, Bill Pranty’s A Birder’s Guide to Florida, released in 1996.
Many birders come to Michigan with the intention of adding Kirtland’s Warbler to their life lists, but the state should by no means be dismissed as a “one-species wonder.”
Marked by its superb natural beauty, Costa Rica has the greatest percentage of preserved land of any nation worldwide; nearly a third of the country is protected in national parks, reserves, and refuges.
This full-color field guide is an indispensable companion to the most popular neotropical ecotourism destination: Costa Rica. Featuring all the mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and arthropods that one is likely to see on a trip to the rainforest (as well as those secretive creatures such as the jaguar that are difficult to glimpse), The Wildlife of Costa Rica is the guide to have when encountering trogons, tapirs, and tarantulas.
Few ecosystem destinations are as abundant in their biodiversity as Costa Rica.
This is the one compact, portable, and user-friendly field guide the novice or experienced birder needs to identify birds in the field in the diverse habitats found in Costa Rica.
The second volume in a planned five-volume series, this will cover the Atlantic Forest of Southeast Brazil, including Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
This handy photographic guide offers a stunning look at the wildlife of Southeast Asia, which includes Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, West Malaysia, and Singapore.
Accounts for each of the 433 species of birds documented in Montana between statehood in 1889 and January 1, 2016.
A photographic field guide to identify the birds of the state.