Series: Audubon Handbook

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Audubon Handbook: Eastern Birds by John Farrand
Audubon Handbook: Western Birds by John Farrand
How to Identify Birds by John Farrand

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  1. The Sibley Guide to Birds by David Allen Sibley (2000)
  2. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds: Eastern Region by National Audubon Society (1977)
  3. Advanced Birding (Peterson Field Guides) by Kenn Kaufman (1989)
  4. The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America by David Allen Sibley (2003)
  5. The Audubon Society master guide to birding, Vol. 1 : Loons to sandpipers by John Farrand (1983)
  6. National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America by National Geographic Society (1983)
  7. Birds of the Mid-Atlantic (Smithsonian Handbooks) by DK (2002)
  8. Stokes Field Guide to Birds: Eastern Region by Donald Stokes (1996)
  9. Birding in the American West: A Handbook (Comstock books) by Kevin J. Zimmer (2000)
  10. Birds of North America by Kenn Kaufman (2000)
  11. Birds of North America by Chandler S. Robbins (1965)
  12. The Sibley Guide to Bird Life & Behavior by David Allen Sibley (2001)
  13. The Birdlife of Britain by Peter Hayman (1976)
  14. Backyard Wild Birds of California and the Pacific Northwest by Vinson Brown (1965)
  15. Identify Yourself: The 50 Most Common Birding Identification Challenges by Bill Thompson III (2005)

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