Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song

by Les Beletsky

Published by
Chronicle Books/becker&mayer
Bird Songs is an illustrated collection of 250 North American birds that focuses on their vocal behavior and that includes an attached digital audio player featuring songs of the 250 species.

The text of the book is based on Cornell University's Lab of Ornithology's Birds of North America series. The audio feature of the book is derived from bird recordings from Cornell's Library of Natural Sounds.

BerrypickerArtwork for the book is provided by four outstanding bird artists: John Sill, Diane Pierce, David Nurney, and Douglas Pratt.

 

Selected by Amazon.com as one of the Top 50 Books of 2006

 

Bird Songs From Around the World

Les Beletsky

Published by
Chronicle Books/becker&mayer
This follow-up book to Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song looks at 200 of the globe's most beautiful birds, telling of their ecology, behavior, and vocalizations. Each species is illustrated with a specatacular original painting by artists David Nurney or Mike Langman, and the book's attached digital audio player plays examples of each bird's vocalizations.

 

Bird Songs Bible:

The Complete, Illustrated Reference for North American Birds

Edited by Les Beletsky

 

Bird Songs Bible

Published by
Chronicle Books
This follow-up book to Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song describes, illustrates and provides recordings of all the birds that occur in or around North America north of Mexico, a total of 747 species. The birds of Hawaii are also included. This huge book represents the first effort to have in a single volume all the birds of an entire continent described in words, illustrated by life-like paintings, and accompanied by their sounds engineered for broadcast by included loudspeakers.