Handy reference book describes and depicts 50 species commonly found in the Southwest, particularly those occurring in National Park Service areas.
Southern Arizona is one of the premier birding locations in the United States.
This bird may not go beep-beep . . . but like its cartoon counterpart, the real life roadrunner does have eyebrows and can maintain a steady clip - as fast as 15 miles per hour!
Birds of Prey is the perfect pocket-sized, folding guide for the raptor lover and nature enthusiast.
Birds of Central & Northern California is a quick and easy to use, light-weight, durable, all-weather field guide to the inspiring and incredibly varied birdlife of California, north of the San Luis Obispo/ Monterey, Kern/ Kings & Tulare, and San Bernardino/ Inyo County lines.
Birds of Southern California is a quick and easy to use, light-weight, durable, all-weather field guide to the incredibly varied birdlife of Southern California, from the coast to the mountains to the inland deserts, Salton Sea and Lower Colorado River Valley.
The American Southwest boasts a greater variety of bird species than can be found anywhere else in North America.
Ten thousand years ago, the California condor's shadow raced across the rock faces of canyon walls throughout the Southwest, but, over time, the majestic condor disappeared from this land-seemingly forever.
The American Southwest offers prime habitat for hummingbirds. Indeed, of the sixteen species of hummingbirds resident in North America, all but one either nest in or migrate through the region.