Everyone can recognize the bright Cardinal by its brilliant scarlet plumage or the Blue Jay by its equally striking azure, black and white coloration. But how many can quickly identify the Bobwhite, the Myrtle Warbler or the Red-Eyed Vireo? Few of us, yet they are far from rare. Like most of the dozens of birds in this book, they may be easily and frequently spotted in or near cities and towns in most parts of the United States and Canada.
Become familiar with all of these common yet beautiful species through these 46 large, lifelike drawings. Accurately rendered by artist Lisa Bonforte, these birds will quickly impress themselves on your memory as you enjoy coloring their variegated plumage. Captions provide common and scientific names, as well as seasons and ranges in which the birds occur. All 50 species are also illustrated in full color on the covers.
This book belongs to the Dover Pictorial Archive series, too, which means that graphic artists and designers will value these drawings as a convenient source of copyright-free art.
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