Birds & Natural History
Second Place, 2013 Best Bird Book of the Year, British Birds and the British Trust
for Ornithology
Honorable Mention, 2013 PROSE Award in Single Volume Reference/Science,
Association of American Publishers
The Warbler Guide
Tom Stephenson & Scott Whittle
Drawings by Catherine Hamilton
Warblers are among the most challenging birds to identify. They exhibit
an array of seasonal plumages and have distinctive yet oft-confused calls
and songs. The Warbler Guide enables you to quickly identify any of the 56
species of warblers in the United States and Canada. This groundbreaking
guide features more than 1,000 stunning color photos, extensive species
accounts with multiple viewing angles, and an entirely new system of
vocalization analysis that helps you distinguish songs and calls.
The Warbler Guide revolutionizes birdwatching, making warbler iden-
tifcation easier than ever before. For more information, please see the
author videos on the Princeton University Press website.
A complete, page-by-page audio companion to all of the 1,000-plus
songs and calls covered by the book is available for purchase and down-
load from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
• Covers all 56 species of warblers in the United States and Canada
• Visual quick fnders help you identify warblers from any angle
• Song and call fnders make identifcation easy using a few simple
• Uses sonograms to teach a new system of song identifcation that
makes it easier to understand and hear diferences between similar
• Detailed species accounts show multiple views with diagnostic
points, direct comparisons of plumage and vocalizations with similar
species, and complete aging and sexing descriptions
• New aids to identifcation include song mnemonics and icons for
undertail pattern, color impression, habitat, and behavior
• Includes feld exercises, fight shots, general identifcation strategies,
and quizzes
• A complete, page-by-page audio companion to all of the 1,000-plus
songs and calls covered by the book is available for purchase and
download from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Macaulay Library by
using the link at www.TheWarblerGuide.com
2013. 560 pages. 1,000+ color illus. 50 maps. 6 x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15482-4 $29.95
“[A]n essential reference.”
—Neil Glenn, Bird Watching
“The Warbler Bible has come forth!
This is easily the most comprehen-
sive and fantastic warbler specifc
guide covering North American
Warblers. I am amazed and im-
pressed with each of its features. . . .
[A] must-have book.”
—Robert Mortensen, Birding is Fun
“Fantastic and, yes, ground-
breaking. . . . Everything from
sonograms to seasonal variations,
confusion species to aging and
sexing and with pretty detailed
distribution maps as well. The term
‘tour de force’ sits well upon its
wide shoulders.”
“The Warbler Guide is an amazing
addition to every birder’s library.
Between the revolutionary use
of technology, great species ac-
counts, and tons of supplementary
information, this is a book which
I would recommend to any and
every birder.”
—Aidan Place, American Birding
Association, Young Birders
24 Identifcation Guide
28 Of Related Interest
29 Index | Order Form
8 Princeton Field Guides
12 Field Guides
18 Princeton Pocket Guides
19 Princeton Illustrated Checklists
20 Photographic Guides
22 Reference
Rare Birds of North America
Steve N. G. Howell, Ian Lewington & Will Russell
“Rare Birds of North America is splendid. There is warmth and humor in
the prose, and the color plates are stunning and will ensure a strong
audience for many years to come. Such a book is long overdue for North
American readers.”
—Edward S. Brinkley, editor of North American Birds
Rare Birds of North America is the frst comprehensive illustrated guide to
the vagrant birds that occur throughout the United States and Canada.
Featuring 275 stunning color plates, this book covers 262 species origi-
nating from three very diferent regions—the Old World, the New World
tropics, and the world’s oceans. It explains the causes of avian vagrancy
and breaks down patterns of occurrence by region and season, enabling
readers to see where, when, and why each species occurs in North
America. Detailed species accounts describe key identifcation features,
taxonomy, age, sex, distribution, and status.
Rare Birds of North America provides unparalleled insights into vagrancy
and avian migration, and will enrich the birding experience of anyone
interested in fnding and observing rare birds.
2014. 448 pages. 275 color plates. 2 line illus. 9 tables. 17 maps. 7 x 9 ½.
Cl: 978-0-691-11796-6 $35.00
“An excellent treatment of a fasci-
nating topic.”
—Paul Lehman, feld guide consul-
tant and bird tour leader
New App Summer 2014
BirdGenie™ (Backyard Birds West)
BirdGenie™ (Backyard Birds East)
Software written by Tom Stephenson & Stephen Travis Pope
BirdGenie™ is a remarkable app that enables anyone with a supported
Apple® or Android® smartphone or tablet to identify birds in the back-
yard, at the local park, or on the nature trail—all with the tap of a button!
It’s like Shazam® for nature—just hold up your phone, record the bird
singing, and BirdGenie tells you what bird it is!
Each regional app contains eighty vocalization types for sixty bird species,
covering almost all of the birds you are likely to encounter. When you hear
a singing bird and make a clear recording with your smartphone or tablet,
BirdGenie identifes the bird if it is an included species, tells you exactly
how confdent it is that the identifcation is correct, and provides audio
samples of the bird’s various songs to compare with your own recording,
as well as color photos, useful information, and links to further reading.
You can attach comments, photos, and other info to your recordings, track
your history with a convenient log, and easily share everything with friends
and other users. Even better, no internet connection is needed, making
BirdGenie accessible everywhere you go.
An incredibly enjoyable app for anyone who wants to know what bird
they’re listening to, and a perfect tool for teaching and learning, BirdGenie
takes bird identifcation to a whole new awesome level.
App: $2.99
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 3/4/5, iPad, iPad Mini, and iPod Touch.
Requires Android 4.0 and above. Compatible with most common Android phones and tablets.
Shazam® is the registered trademark of Shazam Entertainment Limited and is not af liated with
Princeton University Press in any way. BirdGenie™ is a trademark of Princeton University Press.
With BirdGenie you can:
• Quickly identify most birds by
recording their songs
• Look at vivid images of the bird—
some in 3-D!
• Listen to samples of the bird’s
various songs and compare them
with your recording
• Keep a log of all your recordings
• Attach comments, photos, and
other info to share with friends
and other users on Facebook,
Twitter, and Google+
• Browse the regional built-in cata-
log for sixty species to learn even
more and hear other songs
• Use the app anywhere—no
internet connection required!
Forthcoming —Second Edition
Birds of New Guinea
Thane K. Pratt & Bruce M. Beehler
John C. Anderton & Szabolcs Kókay
This is the completely revised edition of the essential feld guide to the
birds of New Guinea. The world’s largest tropical island, New Guinea
boasts a spectacular avifauna characterized by cassowaries, megapodes,
pigeons, parrots, cuckoos, kingfshers, and owlet-nightjars, as well as an
exceptionally diverse assemblage of songbirds such as the iconic birds of
paradise and bowerbirds. Birds of New Guinea is the only guide to cover
all 780 bird species reported in the area, including 366 found nowhere
else in the world. Expanding its coverage with 111 vibrant color plates—
twice as many as the frst edition—and the addition of 635 range maps,
the book also contains updated species accounts with new information
about identifcation, voice, habits, and range. From ecotourists to feld
researchers, Birds of New Guinea remains an indispensable reference to
the bird diversity of this remarkable region.
Princeton Field Guides
November 2014. 512 pages. 111 color illus. 24 line illus. 635 maps. 6 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-09562-2 $99.50
Pa: 978-0-691-09563-9 $49.50
New—Fully Revised Third Edition
Phillipps’ Field Guide to the Birds of Borneo
Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and Kalimantan
Quentin Phillipps & Karen Phillipps
This is the fully revised and updated third edition of an acclaimed feld
guide to the birds of Borneo, covering Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and
Kalimantan. The result is the most up-to-date, comprehensive, and user-
friendly guide to the island’s remarkably diverse birdlife. The book covers
all 673 species living or reported on Borneo, including all 59 endemic
species. Each species is superbly illustrated in 141 color plates contain-
ing more than 2,000 full-color bird images, which provide multiple
large views of each species, including most of the sexual variants and
immature forms of polymorphic species. Each plate is accompanied by
facing-page species descriptions covering taxonomy, size, call, range,
distribution, habits, and status. Distribution is also shown with 567
detailed color thumbnail maps on facing pages. Other features include
seven habitat plates, twelve regional maps showing Borneo’s top 90 bird-
ing sites, fast-fnd identifcation plates to the birds of Kinabalu and other
habitats, and a full overview of Borneo’s vegetation, climate, and ecology.
This is a guide that any outdoor visitor to the island will treasure.
2014. 384 pages. 141 color illus. 579 color maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-16167-9 $35.00
For sale only in the United States and Canada
Praise for previous editions:
“A brilliant birding companion
both for beginners and seasoned
birders, and an excellent reference
work, not only on Borneo’s birds,
but on other remarkable fauna
and fora.”
Praise for the frst edition:
“This book is not only indispens-
able to any bird-watcher visiting
New Guinea and the adjacent
islands, but, owing to the wealth
of its information, it will be of great
interest to anyone who is seriously
interested in birds.”
—American Scientist
“A better team of scientists
couldn’t have written this amazing
new book on bumble bees. Filled
with diverse content, it will be
popular with its broad audience.
Readers will want to get out and
fnd bumble bees, observe them,
and learn what they can do to
conserve them.”
—Stephen L. Buchmann, Univer-
sity of Arizona
Bumble Bees of North America
An Identifcation Guide
Paul H. Williams, Robbin W. Thorp, Leif L. Richardson &
Sheila R. Colla
“This is a lovely book.”
—Sam Droege, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
More than ever before, there is widespread interest in studying bumble
bees and the critical role they play in our ecosystems. Bumble Bees
of North America is the frst comprehensive guide to North American
bumble bees to be published in more than a century. Richly illustrated
with color photographs, diagrams, range maps, and graphs of seasonal
activity patterns, this guide allows amateur and professional naturalists
to identify all 46 bumble bee species found north of Mexico and to
understand their ecology and changing geographic distributions.
The book draws on the latest molecular research, shows the enormous
color variation within species, and guides readers through the many
confusing convergences between species. It draws on a large repository
of data from museum collections and presents state-of-the-art results on
evolutionary relationships, distributions, and ecological roles. Illustrated
keys allow identifcation of color m orphs and social castes.
A landmark publication, Bumble Bees of North America sets the standard
for guides and the study of these important insects.
2014. 208 pages. 150 color illus. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15222-6 $24.95
The Bee
A Natural History
Noah Wilson-Rich
With contributions from Kelly Allin, Norman Carreck &
Andrea Quigley
Bees pollinate more than 130 fruit, vegetable, and seed crops that we
rely on to survive. Bees are crucial to the reproduction and diversity of
fowering plants, while the economic contributions of these irreplaceable
insects are measured in the tens of billions of dollars each year. Yet bees
are dying at an alarming rate, threatening food supplies and ecosystems
around the world. In this richly illustrated natural history of the bee,
Noah Wilson-Rich and his team of bee experts provide a window into the
vitally important role that bees play in the life of our planet.
Earth is home to more than 20,000 bee species, from fuorescent-colored
orchid bees and sweat bees to fower-nesting squash bees and leaf-cutter
bees. This book takes an incomparable look at this astounding diversity,
blending an engaging narrative with practical, hands-on discussions of
such topics as beekeeping and bee health. It explores our relationship with
the bee over evolutionary time, delving into how it came to be, where it
stands today, and what the future holds for humanity and bees alike.
September 2014. 224 pages. 250 color illus. 8 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-16135-8 $27.95
For sale only in the U.S, and its dependencies and Canada
Birds of Australia
A Photographic Guide
Iain Campbell, Sam Woods & Nick Leseberg
W ith photography by Geof Jones
Australia is home to a spectacular diversity of birdlife, from parrots and
penguins to emus and vibrant passerines. Birds of Australia covers all 714
species of resident birds and regularly occurring migrants and features
more than 1,100 stunning color photographs, including many photos of
subspecies and plumage variations never before seen in a feld guide.
Detailed facing-page species accounts describe key identifcation fea-
tures such as size, plumage, distribution, behavior, and voice. This one-
of-a-kind guide also provides extensive habitat descriptions with a large
number of accompanying photos. The text relies on the very latest IOC
taxonomy and the distribution maps incorporate the most current map-
ping data, making this the most up-to-date guide to Australian birds.
December 2014. 392 pages. 1,100+ color photos. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15727-6 $35.00
The Ultimate Guide
Tui De Roy, Mark Jones & Julie Cornthwaite
Penguins are perhaps the most beloved birds. On land, their behavior ap-
pears so humorous and expressive that we can be excused for attributing
to them moods and foibles similar to our own. Few realize ho w complex
and mysterious their private lives truly are, as most of their existence
takes place far from our prying eyes, hidden beneath the ocean waves.
This stunningly illustrated book provides a unique look at these extraor-
dinary creatures and the cutting-edge science that is helping us to better
understand them. Featuring more than 400 breathtaking photos, this
is the ultimate guide to all 18 species of penguins, including those with
retiring personalities or nocturnal habits that tend to be overlooked and
rarely photographed.
A book that no bird enthusiast or armchair naturalist should do without,
Penguins includes discussions of penguin conservation, informative
species profles, fascinating penguin facts, and tips on where to see
penguins in the wild.
July 2014. 240 pages. 400+ color photos. 9 x 12.
Cl: 978-0-691-16299-7 $35.00
For sale only in North America
“Birds of Australia is an excellent
book. The text is comprehensive,
the content is efectively organized
and researched, and the scholar-
ship is sound. The photographic
plates are of a very high quality.”
—Peter S. Lansley, senior ecologist,
Brett Lane & Associates
“The imagery in this book is
incredible. Penguins is not only
attractive and entertaining, but
also an authoritative and easy-
to-use reference. It is unlike any
other book on the subject.”
—Alvaro Jaramillo, author of Birds
of Chile
The Passenger Pigeon
Errol Fuller
At the start of the nineteenth century, Passenger Pigeons were perhaps
the most abundant birds on the planet numbering literally in the billions.
The focks were so large and so dense that they blackened the skies, even
blotting out the sun for days at a stretch. Yet by the end of the century,
the most common bird in North America had vanished from the wild. In
1914, the last known representative of her species, Martha, died in a cage
at the Cincinnati Zoo.
This stunningly illustrated book tells the astonishing story of North
America’s Passenger Pigeon, a bird species that—like the Tyrannosaur,
the Mammoth, and the Dodo—has become one of the great icons of
extinction. Errol Fuller describes how these fast, agile, and handsomely
plumed birds were immortalized by the ornithologist and painter John
James Audubon, and captured the imagination of writers such as James
Fenimore Cooper, Henry David Thoreau, and Mark Twain. He shows how
widespread deforestation, the demand for cheap and plentiful pigeon
meat, and the indiscriminate killing of Passenger Pigeons for sport led
to their catastrophic decline. Fuller provides an evocative memorial to a
bird species that was once so important to the ecology of North America,
and reminds us of just how fragile the natural world can be.
November 2014. 192 pages. 75 color illus. 25 halftones. 7 x 9 ½.
Cl: 978-0-691-16295-9 $29.95
Lost Animals
Extinction and the Photographic Record
Errol Fuller
A photograph of an extinct animal evokes a greater feeling of loss than
any painting ever could. Often black and white or tinted sepia, these
remarkable images have been taken mainly in zoos or wildlife parks,
and in some cases depict the last known individual of the species. Lost
Animals is a unique photographic record of extinction, presented by a
world authority on vanished animals. Richly illustrated throughout, this
handsome book features photographs dating from around 1870 to as
recently as 2004, the year that witnessed the demise of the Hawaiian
Po’ouli. From a mother Thylacine and her pups to birds such as the Heath
Hen and the Carolina Parakeet, Errol Fuller tells the story of each animal,
explains why it became extinct, and discusses the circumstances sur-
rounding the photography.
Poignant and compelling, Lost Animals also includes a concise introduc-
tion that looks at the earliest days of animal photography, and an
appendix of drawings and paintings of the species covered.
2014. 240 pages. 53 color illus. 95 halftones. 8 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-16137-2 $29.95
For sale only in North America and the Philippine
“Collected together here for the
frst time, these photos provide a
tangible link to animals that have
now vanished forever, in a book
that brings the past to life while
delivering a warning for the future.”
—Chris West, Southwest Wisconsin
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The Amazing World of Flyingfsh
Steve N. G. Howell
If you travel the open ocean anywhere in the tropics, you
are very likely to see fyingfsh. These beautifully colored
“ocean butterfies” shoot out of the water and sail on
majestic, winglike pectoral fns to escape from predators
such as dolphins, swordfsh, and tuna. Some can travel
for more than six hundred feet per fight. Yet despite their
prevalence in warm ocean waters and their vital role in
the tropical food chain, surprisingly little is known about
fyingfsh—more than 60 species are said to exist, but
nobody is sure of the number. This beautifully illustrated
book presents fyingfsh as you’ve never seen them before. It features more
than 90 stunning color photos by renowned naturalist Steve Howell, as
well as a concise and accessible text that explores the natural history of
fyingfsh, where they can be found, how and why they fy, what colors
they are, what they eat and what eats them, and more.
The ideal gift for fsh lovers, seasoned travelers, and armchair naturalists
alike, this frst-of-its-kind book provides a rare and incomparable look at
these spectacular marine creatures.
July 2014. 64 pages. 94 color photos. 8 x 6.
Cl: 978-0-691-16011-5 $12.95
Beetles of Eastern North America
Arthur V. Evans
Beetles of Eastern North America is a landmark book—the most compre-
hensive full-color guide to the remarkably diverse and beautiful beetles
of the United States and Canada east of the Mississippi River. It is the
frst color-illustrated guide to cover 1,406 species in all 115 families that
occur in the region—and the frst new in-depth guide to the region in
more than forty years. Lavishly illustrated with over 1,500 stunning color
images by some of the best insect photographers in North America, the
book features an engaging and authoritative text by noted beetle expert
Arthur Evans.
An unmatched guide to the rich variety of eastern North American
beetles, this is an essential book for amateur naturalists, nature photog-
raphers, insect enthusiasts, students, and professional entomologists and
other biologists.
June 2014. 560 pages. 1,500+ color illus. 31 line illus. 2 maps. 8 x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-13304-1 $35.00
“For those readers who have
never ventured onto a tropical
sea and don’t yet believe that fsh
can fy, prepare to be dazzled by
Howell’s stunning photographs
and to be amazed and charmed by
—Robert L. Pitman, National
Oceanic and Atmospheric
“Unique in coverage and magnif-
cently illustrated with a bounty of
live photographs, this outstanding
guide will be coveted by multi-
tudes of amateur and professional
naturalists in North America and
—Vassili Belov, contributing editor
to BugGuide.net
“This well-organized book is an
exemplary resource on Caribbean
wildlife. It flls a major gap in the
literature for lay audiences and is
most welcome.”
—Catherine Levy, Windsor Research
Centre, Jamaica
“[B]eautifully produced. . . . [I]t is
the array of stunningly detailed
watercolour illustrations by
François Desbordes that makes the
volume truly outstanding. . . . [A] joy
to hold and leaf through, and will
appeal to bibliophiles as well as
—Ian Redmond, BBC Wildlife
Primates of the World
An Illustrated Guide
Jean-Jacques Petter & François Desbordes
Translated by Robert Martin
“This volume holds a treasure. . . . Primates indeed contains 72 illustrated
plates describing, by continent, the major primate species inhabiting our
planet. . . . [E]ach drawing, precise and magnifcent, unveils their morphol-
ogy, their colors, their postures. . . . [A] splendid and fascinating book.”
—Rafaële Brillaud, Science & Vie
This stunningly illustrated guide to the world’s primates covers nearly
300 species, from the feather-light and solitary pygmy mouse lemurs of
Madagascar—among the smallest primates known to exist—to the regal
mountain gorillas of Africa. Organized by region and spanning every
family of primates on Earth, the book features 72 splendid color plates,
facing-page descriptions of key features of each family, and 86 color
distribution maps.
Primates of the World also includes concise introductory chapters that
discuss the latest fndings on primate origins and evolution, behavior
and adaptations, and classifcation, making it the most comprehensive
and up-to-date primate guide available.
2013. 192 pages. 72 color plates. 13 color illus. 7 line illus. 86 color maps. 8 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-15695-8 $29.95
Wildlife of the Caribbean
Herbert A. Rafaele & James W. Wiley
This is the frst comprehensive illustrated guide to the natural world of
the Caribbean islands. It contains 600 vivid color images featuring 451
species of plants, birds, mammals, fsh, seashells, and much more. While
the guide primarily looks at the most conspicuous and widespread
species among the islands, it also includes rarely seen creatures—such as
the Rhinoceros Iguana and Cuban Solenodon—giving readers a special
sense of the region’s diverse wildlife.
Each species is represented by one or more color photos or illustrations;
details regarding its identifcation, status, and distribution; and interest-
ing aspects of its life history or relationship to humans. In addition , an
introductory section focuses on the unique characteristics of the Carib-
bean’s fauna and fora, the threats faced by both, and some of the steps
being taken to sustain the area’s extraordinary natural heritage.
Wildlife of the Caribbean is the essential feld guide for learning about the
living wonders in this area of the world.
Princeton Pocket Guides
June 2014. 304 pages. 600 color illus. 1 map. 5 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15382-7 $19.95
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Forthcoming—Second Edition
Birds of Western Africa
Nik Borrow & Ron Demey
This revised and expanded edition
of Birds of Western Africa is now the
most up-to-date feld guide avail-
able to the 1,285 species of birds
found in the region—from Senegal
and southern Mauritania east
to Chad and the Central African
Republic and south to Congo. It
now features all maps and text
opposite the plates for quick and
easy reference. The comprehensive
species accounts have been fully
updated and expanded, and the
color distribution maps have been
completely revised. This premier
guide also includes more than
3,000 illustrations on 266 stunning
color plates.
Compact and lightweight, this new
edition of Birds of Western Africa is
the must-have feld guide to one of
the most exciting birding regions
in the world.
November 2014. 592 pages. 66 color plates.
1,285 color maps. 5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15920-1 $45.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except
Canada) and the European Union
Trees of Eastern
North America
Gil Nelson, Christopher J. Earle
& Richard Spellenberg
Illustrations by David More
Edited by Amy K. Hughes
“This is a very well-organized,
well-written, and thorough guide.
The illustrations—lovely paintings
by a talented artist—are beautiful
and very appealing, and the
introductory material is extremely
informative. And I really like the
format for the entries: names,
Quick ID, habitat range, notes,
map, illustration.”
—William T. Maple, Bard College
August 2014. 720 pages. 285 color illus.
488 maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-14591-4 $29.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14590-7 $65.00
Trees of Western
North America
Richard Spellenberg,
Christopher J. Earle &
Gil Nelson
Illustrations by David More
Edited by Amy K. Hughes
“This exceptional guide will be
a useful reference for arborists,
foresters, landscape architects, and
gardeners. The botanical descrip-
tions are excellent, the text is easy
to read, and the side notes provide
interesting facts that help to fully
describe the species. The illustra-
tions are very efective, providing
suf cient detail for identifcation.
And the location maps for species
nativity are a welcome bonus.”
—Dennis Swartzell, board-certifed
master arborist, Henderson, Nevada
August 2014. 560 pages. 200 color illus.
422 maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-14580-8 $29.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14579-2 $60.00
Trees of Eastern North America and Trees of Western North America are the
most comprehensive, best illustrated, and easiest-to-use books of their
kind. The books feature superior descriptions; thousands of meticulous
color paintings by David More that illustrate important visual details;
range maps that provide a thumbnail view of distribution for each native
species; “Quick ID” summaries; a user-friendly layout; scientifc and com-
mon names; the latest taxonomy; information on the most recently natu-
ralized species; a key to leaves; and an introduction to tree identifcation,
forest ecology, and plant classifcation and structure. The easy-to-read
descriptions present details of size, shape, growth habit, bark, leaves,
fowers, fruit, fowering and fruiting times, habitat, and range. Using a
broad defnition of a tree, the books cover many small, overlooked spe-
cies normally thought of as shrubs. With an unmatched combination of
breadth and depth, these are essential guides for every tree lover.
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Second Edition
Nests, Eggs, and
Nestlings of North
American Birds
Paul J. Baicich &
Colin J. O. Harrison
“An essential companion to stu-
dents of breeding biology.”
—Birder’s World
“This work is the current authority
on identifying basic bird nidifca-
tion, as nest making is termed.”
—Library Journal
2005. 416 pages. 64 color plates. 600+ color
illus. 100 b/w illus. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-12295-3 $29.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Winner of the 2006 National Outdoor Book
Award, Best Nature Guidebook
Caterpillars of Eastern
North America
A Guide to Identifcation and
Natural History
David L. Wagner
2005. 512 pages. 850 color photos. 12 line illus.
5 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-12144-4 $29.95
Second Edition
Mammals of North
Roland W. Kays & Don E. Wilson
2009. 248 pages. 112 color illus. 102 line illus.
460 maps. 5 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-14092-6 $19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14278-4 $52.50
Mammals of North America
Roland W. Kays & Don E. Wilson
Available at the App Store and
Android Market.
Dragonfies and
Damselfies of the East
Dennis Paulson
“Dragonfies and Damselfies of the
East is by far the most complete
treatment of its kind. It is chock-full
of interesting and useful informa-
tion, and the illustrations are
excellent. Paulson is one of the top
experts in this feld and his book
refects that extensive knowledge
on every page.”
—Gif Beaton, author of Dragon-
fies and Damselfies of Georgia and
the Southeast
2011. 544 pages. 675 color photos. 350 line
illus. 333 maps. 5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12283-0 $29.95
Cl: 978-0-691-12282-3 $85.00
Common Mosses of
the Northeast and
Karl B McKnight, Joseph R.
Rohrer, Kirsten McKnight
Ward & Warren J. Perdrizet
“With a 10X loupe and this book, an
entire new world can be opened to
even a seasoned naturalist.”
—Wildlife Activist
“This remarkable, delightful book
makes a great contribution to the
understanding and appreciation of
moss diversity, and to the conser-
vation of mosses.”
—Susan Moyle Studlar, West
Virginia University
2013. 392 pages. 400+ color photos.
600+ line illus. 4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15696-5 $24.95
Also by Dennis Paulson
Honorable Mention, 2009 National
Outdoor Book Award, Nature Guidebook
Dragonfies and
Damselfies of the West
“This well-written, informative
guide is a ‘must have.’ ”
2009. 536 pages. 863 color photos. 392 line
illus. 12 tables. 348 maps. 5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12281-6 $29.95
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for Excellence in Single Volume Reference/
Science, Association of American Publishers
One of Library Journal’s Best Science
Reference Books for 2010
One of Choice’s Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2011
The Princeton Field Guide
to Dinosaurs
Gregory S. Paul
“[A] must-have for anyone who
loves dinosaurs.”
—Prehistoric Times
2010. 320 pages. 150 color illus. 510 line illus.
8 ½ x 11.
Cl: 978-0-691-13720-9 $35.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Raptors of the World
James Ferguson-Lees &
David A. Christie
Illustrated by Kim Franklin,
David Mead, Philip Burton &
Alan Harris
“An astounding milestone in the
history of ornithology.”
—World Birdwatch
2006. 320 pages. 118 color plates. 320 maps.
6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-12684-5 $35.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Carnivores of the World
Luke Hunter
Illustrated by Priscilla Barrett
“One of the coolest books I’ve ever
—Greg Laden’s Blog
2011. 240 pages. 86 color plates. 400 line illus.
6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15228-8 $29.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15227-1 $75.00
For sale only in the U.S. and Canada
One of Choice’s Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2005
Sharks of the World
Leonard Compagno,
Marc Dando & Sarah Fowler
2005. 480 pages. 128 color plates. 500 line illus.
500 maps. 5 x 7.
Pa: 978-0-691-12072-0 $29.95
For sale only in the U.S., its dependencies,
Canada and the Philippines
Birds of Central Asia
Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan,
Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan,
Tajikistan, and Afghanistan
Rafael Ayé, Manuel Schweizer
& Tobias Roth
“Birds of Central Asia has done
more than just plug the geographi-
cal gap that previously existed
on many birder’s bookshelves. It’s
provided a guide for the region
that is comparable in standard to
Birds of the Middle East and will
prove invaluable to any visiting
—Stephen Menzie, BirdGuides
2012. 336 pages. 141 color plates. 627 maps.
6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15337-7 $39.50
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except
Canada) and Europe
Parrots of the World
Joseph M. Forshaw
Illustrated by Frank Knight
2010. 328 pages. 146 color plates. 2 line illus.
391 maps. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-14285-2 $29.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Birds of East Asia
China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan,
and Russia
Mark Brazil
2009. 528 pages. 234 color plates. 967 maps.
6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-13926-5 $39.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Second Edition
Birds of India
Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh,
Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the
Richard Grimmett, Carol
Inskipp & Tim Inskipp
2012. 528 pages. 226 color illus. 1,375 maps.
5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15349-0 $39.50
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except
Canada) and Europ e
Second Edition
Birds of the Middle East
Richard Porter &
Simon Aspinall
2010. 400 pages. 176 color plates. 820 maps.
5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-14844-1 $39.50
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Birds of Borneo
Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak, and
Susan Myers
2009. 272 pages. 1,592 color illus. 630 maps.
6 x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-14350-7 $32.50
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Seeds of Amazonian Plants
Fernando Cornejo &
John Janovec
2010. 192 pages. 750 color illus. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-14647-8 $35.00
Cl: 978-0-691-11929-8 $82.50
Trees of Panama and
Costa Rica
Richard Condit, Rolando Pérez
& Nefertaris Daguerre
2011. 496 pages. 438 color illus. 5 line illus.
482 maps. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-14710-9 $45.00
Birds of Aruba, Curaçao,
and Bonaire
Bart de Boer, Eric Newton &
Robin Restall
2012. 176 pages. 70 color plates. 5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15336-0 $27.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except
Canada) and Europe
Winner of the 2008 National Outdoor Book
Award, Nature and Environment
Revised and Updated Edition
With a foreword by
Dr. Antonio Brack Egg
Birds of Peru
Thomas S. Schulenberg,
Douglas F. Stotz, Daniel
F. Lane, John P. O’Neill &
Theodore A. Parker III
2010. 664 pages. 307 color plates. 1,805 maps.
6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-13023-1 $45.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Birds of Melanesia
Bismarcks, Solomons, Vanuatu,
and New Caledonia
Guy Dutson
Illustrated by Richard Allen,
Adam Bowley, John Cox &
Tony Disley
2012. 448 pages. 72 color plates. 650 maps.
6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15350-6 $49.95
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Canada) and Europe
Eighth Edition
Birds of Australia
Ken Simpson & Nicolas Day
2010. 392 pages. 132 color plates. 900 line illus.
780 color maps. 6 x 8 ½.
Cl: 978-0-691-14692-8 $39.50
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WorldTwitch 2001 Best Bird Book—Africa
Birds of East Africa
Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda,
Rwanda, and Burundi
Terry Stevenson &
John Fanshawe
2006. 640 pages. 287 color plates. 1,388 maps.
5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12665-4 $39.50
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Fourth Edition
Birds of Southern Africa
Ian Sinclair, Phil Hockey,
Warwick Tarboton & Peter Ryan
2011. 464 pages. 200 color plates. 950+ maps.
6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15225-7 $35.00
For sale only in the U.S. and Canada
Second Edition
Birds of Europe
Text and Maps by
Lars Svensson
Illustrations and Captions
by Killian Mullarney &
Dan Zetterström
2009. 416 pages. 3,500+ color illus. 848 maps.
5 x 7.
Pa: 978-0-691-14392-7 $29.95
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Animals of the Serengeti
and Ngorongoro
Conservation Area
Adam Scott Kennedy &
Vicki Kennedy
Containing 146 stunning color
photos, Animals of the Serengeti is
a remarkable book that covers the
mammals and reptiles most likely
to be encountered in the world-
famous Serengeti National Park
and Ngorongoro Conservation
Area, which includes the amazing
Ngorongoro Crater. With an eye-
catching design, accessible text,
and easy-to-use format, this de-
tailed photographic guide features
89 species of mammal and reptile.
Useful “Top Tips”—shared by local
Tanzanian guides who work in
the region—provide visitors with
insights into behavioral habits and
help to locate specifc animals.
Filled with vivid anecdotes,
Animals of the Serengeti will enable
any safari traveler to identify the
mammals and reptiles of the area
with ease.
• Covers the 89 species most likely
to be encountered in Tanzania’s
Serengeti National Park and
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
• Fascinating insights into behavior
and ecology
• Accessible text aimed at safari
visitors of all levels
Wildlife Explorer Guide
2014. 152 pages. 146 color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15908-9 $27.95
Birds of the Serengeti
and Ngorongoro
Conservation Area
Adam Scott Kennedy
Located in northern Tanzania,
the Serengeti is one of the most
famous areas for wildlife in the
world. Birds of the Serengeti is a
groundbreaking and essential
photographic guide, featuring
more than 270 bird species—those
most likely to be encountered in
the Serengeti National Park and
Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
This easy-to-use guide contains
over 480 dazzling color photos, has
an attractive design, and includes
accessible text that provides
interesting information about the
ecology and behaviors of each
species. Rich in detail, this indis-
pensable book follows a habitat-
based approach, making it simple
for everyone—from the novice to
experienced birdwatcher—to put a
name quickly to the birds they see
in this fascinating part of the world.
• Covers more than 270 bird
species most likely to be encoun-
tered in Tanzania’s Serengeti
National Park, Ngorongoro Con-
servation Area, and Lake Victoria’s
Speke Gulf
• Highlights the major plumage
variations of each species
• Adopts a habitat-based approach
• Contains informative and
accessible text
Wildlife Explorer Guide
2014. 224 pages. 480 color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15910-2 $27.95
A Field Guide to the
Larger Mammals of
Charles Foley, Lara Foley,
Alex Lobora, Daniela De Luca,
Maurus Msuha, Tim R. B.
Davenport & Sarah Durant
Tanzania ofers some of the fnest
wildlife watching in the world. Its
protected areas, which include
the iconic Serengeti National Park,
Ngorongoro Crater, and Mount
Kilimanjaro, are famous for their
density and diversity of large
mammals. This feld guide covers
all the larger mammals of Tanzania,
including marine mammals.
Detailed accounts are provided
for more than 135 species, some
of which have only recently been
discovered, and include superb
color photos, color illustrations of
marine mammals, and up-to-date
distribution maps. Accounts for the
land mammals give information
on identifcation; similar species;
habitats and social behavior; dis-
tribution; population, status, and
threats; and where best to look for
the species. The guide also features
comparative photographic plates
for those groups of species that are
easily misidentifed. It provides, for
the frst time, species checklists for
every national park in Tanzania.
July 2014. 320 pages. 300 color photos.
140 maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-16117-4 $29.95
Animals of the Masai Mara
Adam Scott Kennedy &
Vicki Kennedy
“This is the guidebook for every
child, and child inside of us, be-
tween the ages of 5 and 105 that
has ever dreamt of learning about
the fascinating animals seen on a
safari in Africa.”
—Gabriel Thoumi, MongaBay.com
“If you are going to visit the Masai
Mara, this is a must have book. But
I recommend this book equally
to anyone who wants to take an
imaginary journey to this part of
the Serengeti. It is a fascinating
book about the world’s most
charismatic community of animals.”
—Wildlife Activist
One of the greatest attractions of
a trip to Kenya is the chance to
see animals such as lions, cheetah,
leopards, zebra, and girafe up
close and in their natural habitats.
Animals of the Masai Mara is a lavish
photographic guide that explores
the charismatic wildlife most
likely to be encountered by a safari
visitor to the Masai Mara National
Reserve in southwest Kenya.
Wildlife Explorer Guide
2012. 152 pages. 140+ color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15601-9 $27.95
Birds of Kenya’s Rift Valley
Adam Scott Kennedy
Kenya’s Rift Valley includes four
major national parks—Lake
Nakuru, Lake Bogoria, Mount
Longonot, and Hell’s Gate—as
well as many smaller areas that are
outstanding for wildlife. Birds of
Kenya’s Rift Valley features the 320
bird species that are most likely
to be encountered on safari in
this world-famous region, which
runs from Lake Baringo in the
north to Lake Magadi in the south.
Featuring over 500 stunning color
photos, this beautiful guide breaks
new ground with its eye-catching
layout and easy-to-use format.
The book follows a habitat-based
approach and provides interesting
information about the ecology and
behaviors of each species. Birds of
Kenya’s Rift Valley avoids technical
jargon in the species descriptions,
which makes the guide easily ac-
cessible to anyone. With it, you will
be identifying birds in no time.
• Stunning photos of 320 bird
• Major plumage variations depicted
• Jargon-free text
• Helpful notes on what to look and
listen for, behavior, and why some
birds are so named
Wildlife Explorer Guide
June 2014. 256 pages. 500 color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15907-2 $29.95
Birds of the Masai Mara
Adam Scott Kennedy
Birds of the Masai Mara is a re-
markably beautiful photographic
guide featuring the bird species
likely to be encountered by visi-
tors to the popular Masai Mara
National Reserve in Kenya. With an
eye-catching layout, easy-to-use
format, and no-jargon approach,
the book contains more than 300
stunning photographs covering
over 200 species of birds and is
accessible and informative, rather
than purely identifcation-based.
A handy, brief introduction pro-
vides visitors with background on
the habitats of the national park,
and the guide’s habitat-based
approach makes it simple to
identify any bird species accord-
ing to where it is found. Based on
the frsthand experiences of the
author, Birds of the Masai Mara is
an ideal companion to all those
visiting the national reserve and
to bird afcionados interested in
learning more about the region.
Wildlife Explorer Guide
2012. 176 pages. 300+ color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15594-4 $27.95
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Britain’s Orchids
David Lang
2004. 192 pages. 60 color plates. 6 x 8.
Cl: 978-1-903-65706-5 $21.95
With a foreword by Chris
Britain’s Reptiles and
Howard Inns
2009. 164 pages. 245 color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-1-903-65725-6 $25.95
Dragonfies and Damselfies
of Britain and Ireland APP
Available for iPhone, iPad and iPod
Forthcoming—Third Edition
Britain’s Dragonfies
A Field Guide to the
Damselfies and Dragonfies of
Britain and Ireland
Dave Smallshire & Andy Swash
Praise for the previous edition:
“This delightful and profusely
illustrated guidebook tells you
anything you might reasonably
wish to know about dragonfies
and damselfies.”
—Ron Toft, TheTravelEditor.com
“The colour plates of all species,
showing males, females, imma-
tures, and colour forms are excel-
lent, quite lovely in fact, and the
detailed easy to use identifcation
charts summarise the key features
of adults and larvae. . . . Using this
delightful and informative book
the beginner or expert can identify
any species they encounter.”
—Trevor Beer, Western Morning
Britain’s Dragonfies is the only
comprehensive photographic
feld guide to the damselfies and
dragonfies of Britain and Ireland.
Written by two of Britain’s foremost
experts, this fully revised and
updated edition features hundreds
of stunning images and identifca-
tion charts.
June 2014. 224 pages. 453 color photos.
321 color illus. 66 maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-16123-5 $25.95
Britain’s Habitats
A Guide to the Wildlife Habitats
of Britain and Ireland
Sophie Lake & Durwyn Liley
A photographic guide to habitats,
this lavishly illustrated book pro-
vides a comprehensive overview of
the natural history and conserva-
tion landscape of Britain and
Ireland. In essence a feld guide,
the book leads the reader through
all the main habitat types, with
information on their characteris-
tics, extent, geographical variation,
key species, cultural importance,
origins and conservation. It aims
to help visitors to the countryside
recognize the habitats around
them, understand how they have
evolved and what makes them
special, and imagine how they
might change in the future.
December 2014. 256 pages. 500 color photos .
5 tables. 70 maps. 7 ½ x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-15855-6 $39.95
Britain’s Freshwater
Mark Everard
“Whether angler or naturalist,
this book should be on your
—Highland News
“As an in-depth reference book on
native fsh species, this one’s hard
to beat. As a comprehensive guide
to our native fsh species, Britain’s
Freshwater Fishes is spot on.”
“This well illustrated guide features
high quality in-the-water or on-the
bank photos throughout. . . . Writ-
ten in an accessible style, the book
also contains introductory sections
on fsh biology, fsh habitats and
how to identify fshes, plus conser-
vation and legislation.”
2013. 144 pages. 144 color photos. 5 color illus.
6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15678-1 $27.95
Arable Bryophytes
A Field Guide to the Mosses,
Liverworts, and Hornworts of
Cultivated Land in Britain and
Ron Porley
“[A] valuable addition to the book-
shelf of Bryologists, ecologists, and
keen amateurs alike.”
—Jamie McCormack, Eden Project
2008. 140 pages. 166 color photos. 38 line illus.
62 maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-1-903-65721-8 $32.95
Britain’s Plant Galls
A Photographic Guide
Michael Chinery
2011. 96 pages. 252 color photos. 2 line illus.
6 x 8.
Pa: 978-1-903-65743-0 $21.95
Fully Revised and Updated
Second Edition
Britain’s Butterfies
A Field Guide to the Butterfies
of Britain and Ireland
David Newland & Robert Still
David Tomlinson & Andy Swash
2010. 224 pages. 558 color photos. 10 line illus.
75 maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-1-903-65730-0 $25.95
Britain’s Sea Mammals
Whales, Dolphins, Porpoises, and
Seals and Where to Find Them
Jon Dunn, Robert Still &
Hugh Harrop
“[T]op-notch. . . . From the detailed
records of vagrants and their
identifcation to expert tips on
how to see the likes of Humpback
and Killer Whales, it is all here.”
—Steve Gantlett, Birding World
“An essential feld guide to all the
sea mammals—whales, dolphins,
porpoises, and seals—found in
coastal Britain.”
—Wildlife Magazine
2013. 128 pages. 100 color photos. 40 color illus.
Distribution maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15660-6 $19.95
Britain’s Hoverfies
An Introduction to the
Hoverfies of Britain
Stuart Ball & Roger Morris
“[W]onderfully informative. . . .
[T]he book is billed on the front
cover as An introduction to the Hov-
erfies of Britain. But it’s rather better
than a simple introduction—in fact
it is quite complete, covering each
of the 70 genera to occur in Britain
and 165 of the commoner species
that one is likely to fnd within
our shores, giving the prospective
reader more than enough material
to go at and thus proving quite
brilliant for the mere mortals of
hoverfy identifcation such as me. . . .
This particular group of insects has
been crying out for a modern and
comprehensive feld guide of high
quality for years, and fnally it is here.
Go and buy it—it’s essential!”
—Josh Jones, BirdGuides
2013. 296 pages. 569 color photos.
161 d istribution maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15659-0 $35.00
Britain’s Day-fying Moths
A Field Guide to the Day-fying
Moths of Britain and Ireland
David Newland, Robert Still &
Andy Swash
Mark Parsons
“[A] ‘must have’ for the feld
—Les Hill, Butterfy Magazine
“[T]his absolutely wonderful guide
is bright, beautiful, and—like the
UK’s day-fying moths—far more
interesting than you might frst
think. . . . [B]uy Britain’s Day-fying
Moths, keep it handy, and watch any
prejudices you might have against
moths simply dissolve away.”
—Talking Naturally
2013. 224 pages. 220+ color photos.
155 color maps. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15832-7 $29.95
A Guide to the Mammals
of Southeast Asia
Charles M. Francis
Illustrated by Priscilla Barrett,
Robin Budden, John Cox,
Sandra Doyle, Brin Edwards,
Ray Hutchings, William Oliver,
Guy Troughton & Lyn Wells
“[A]n important reference.”
—Wildlife Activist
2008. 392 pages. 72 color plates. 74 line illus.
422 maps. 6 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-13551-9 $55.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Tracks and Signs of the
Animals and Birds of
Britain and Europe
Lars-Henrik Olsen
“[B]y far the best book on the
subject I’ve ever seen . . . beautifully
—Dick Warner, Irish Examiner
“I cannot praise Tracks and Signs
highly enough. It is not only the
fnest guide to tracking I’ve ever
held in my hands, it is one of the
most attractive and informative
books on natural history I’ve
ever seen. This guide will prove
invaluable to those who already
take an interest in tracking and
wish to gain more experience. . . . I
also wish to emphasize that this is
not only a book for European (and
British) naturalists. I defnitely rec-
ommend it to naturalists in North
America and East Asia as well. Yes,
it is that good.”
—Jochen Roeder, 10,000 Birds
This beautifully illustrated feld
guide enables you to easily identify
the tracks and signs left by a wide
variety of mammal and bird spe-
cies found in Britain and Europe,
covering behaviors ranging from
hunting, foraging, and feeding to
courtship, breeding, and nesting.
2013. 274 pages. 600 color illus. 25 maps. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15753-5 $29.95
Third Edition—Fully Revised
Phillipps’ Field Guide to
the Birds of Borneo
Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and
Quentin Phillipps &
Karen Phillipps
See page 2 for details.
A Wildlife Guide to Chile
Continental Chile, Chilean
Antarctica, Easter Island, Juan
Fernández Archipelago
Sharon Chester
“In a single, portable volume, Ches-
ter presents nearly every natural
gem that Chile has to ofer.”
—Edward S. Brinkley, editor-in-
chief, North American Birds
2008. 400 pages. 120 color plates. 21 maps.
5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12976-1 $19.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
A Guide to the Mammals
of China
Edited by Andrew T. Smith &
Yan Xie
And Robert S. Hofmann, Darrin
Lunde, John MacKinnon, Don E.
Wilson & W. Chris Wozencraft
Illustrated by Federico Gemma
“[T]he gold standard.”
—Richard B. Harris, Journal of
2008. 576 pages. 83 color illus. 572 maps. 6 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-09984-2 $60.00
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Nightjars, Potoos,
Frogmouths, Oilbird,
and Owlet-nightjars
of the World
Nigel Cleere
“If you aren’t already a fan of night-
jars, this book will convert you.”
—Grant McCreary, Birder’s Library
“This will be the world’s go-to ref-
erence book for all things nightjar.”
—Idaho Birding Blog
2010. 464 pages. 580+ color photos. 135 color
maps. 7 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-14857-1 $45.00
Not for sale in the European Union
Wildlife of Seychelles
John Bowler
“[T]his book is undoubtedly a valu-
able addition to Seychelles guides,
allowing visitors to gain a greater
appreciation of the uniqueness of
Seychelles’ fauna but, more impor-
tantly, encouraging the Seychellois
to learn about and value their
—Chris Feare, Joint Nature Conser-
vation Committee
2006. 192 pages. 51 color plates. 6 x 8.
Cl: 978-1-903-65714-0 $25.95
Arable Plants
A Field Guide
Phil Wilson & Miles King
This book concentrates on the
group of plants showing the steep-
est decline among British fora
over the past 25 years—plants that
grow among the crops.
2004. 312 pages. 88 color plates. 6 x 8.
Cl: 978-1-903-65702-7 $30.95
A Field Guide to the
Wildlife of South Georgia
Robert Burton & John Croxall
“I do recommend A Field Guide to
the Wildlife of South Georgia as a
book that is informative and enjoy-
able, a photographic and textual
tour of a magical place flled with
fantastical creatures that are far
from mythic.”
—Donna Schulman, 10,000 Birds
“This guide, designed for tourists,
is the only one of its kind. Brief
introductions on geology, topogra-
phy, climate, history, and conserva-
tion eforts lay the groundwork for
an impressive photographic guide.”
2012. 200 pages. 368 color illus. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15661-3 $24.95
Not for sale in South Georgia and the Falkland
Birds and Mammals of
the Falkland Islands
Robin Woods & Anne Woods
With over 100 photographs by
Alan R. Henry
“[T]he wildlife guide of choice for
those planning to visit the Falkland
Islands. . . . Highly recommended!”
—Chris Sharpe
2006. 144 pages. 43 color plates. 6 x 8.
Cl: 978-1-903-65710-2 $25.95
Fully Updated Second Edition
Whales and Dolphins of
the European Atlantic
The Bay of Biscay, English
Channel, Celtic Sea, and
Coastal Southwest Ireland
Dylan Walker & Graeme
“[T]his is a very useful book. . . . It
will defnitely accompany me on
my next sea-trip.”
—Mammal Society
2011. 88 pages. 87 color plates. 32 maps. 8 x 6.
Pa: 978-1-903-65731-7 $16.95
Reptiles and Amphibians
of East Africa
Stephen Spawls, Kim Howell
& Robert C. Drewes
2006. 240 pages. 230 color plates. 230 maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12884-9 $24.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
The Kingdon Pocket Guide
to African Mammals
Jonathan Kingdon
2005. 272 pages. 115 color plates. 400 color
illus. 250 maps. 5 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-12239-7 $25.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Revised Edition
Coral Reef Fishes
Indo-Pacifc and Caribbean
Ewald Lieske & Robert Myers
2002. 400 pages. 2,500+ color illus. 4 x 7.
Pa: 978-0-691-08995-9 $24.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
A Field Guide to the Birds
of New Zealand
Julian Fitter & Don Merton
“This new ofering from Fitter and
Merton is the book to have.”
—Wayne Mones, Audubon Maga-
zine blog
2012. 320 pages. 600+ color photos. 4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15351-3 $24.95
For sale only in the U.S, and its dependencies,
Canada, and the Philippine s
Wildlife of the Galápagos
Julian Fitter, Daniel Fitter &
David Hosking
2002. 256 pages. 400 color illus. 4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-10295-5 $19.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
Wildlife of Southern
Martin B. Withers &
David Hosking
“This is a very useful book and I
highly recommend it to anyone
traveling to southern Africa to
observe wildlife. Study it before
you leave on safari, or just pur-
chase it and take an armchair safari
that will cost a lot less!”
—Wildlife Activist
2011. 288 pages. 600 color illus. 4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15063-5 $19.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
Also by Martin B. Withers &
David Hosking
Wildlife of East Africa
2002. 256 pages. 400 color illus. 4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-00737-3 $19.95
For sale only in the U.S., its dependencies , and
the Philippines
also available
Wildlife of Australia
Iain Campbell & Sam Woods
“This informative and easy-to-
read book presents Australia’s
habitat and wildlife, not just for the
fanatical birder or naturalist, but
for the general reader as well. I was
impressed by the habitat images
and the fact that the book touches
upon what would most likely be
seen during a trip to Australia.”
—Tony Palliser, chairman of the
Birdlife Australia Rarities Committee
“We loved this pocket guide to the
Wildlife of Australia and the authors
and publishers are to be congratu-
lated on producing such a high
quality, genuine pocket book that
is jam-packed with information.”
—Alan Davies and Ruth Miller,
Biggest Twitch
2013. 288 pages. 438 color photos. 1 map.
4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15353-7 $19.95
Mammals of China
Edited by Andrew T. Smith &
Yan Xie
China’s breathtaking diversity of
natural habitats—from mountains
and deserts to grasslands and
lush tropical forests—is home
to more than 10 percent of the
world’s mammal species. This one-
of-a-kind pocket guide describes
the characteristics, geographic
distribution, natural history, and
conservation status of all 558 spe-
cies of mammals found in China.
This feld-ready pocket edition of
A Guide to the Mammals of China
makes the rich mammal fauna of
China accessible to ecotravelers
and naturalists like never before.
2013. 400 pages. 384 color illus. 558 maps.
4 ½ x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15427-5 $24.95
Wildlife of the Caribbean
Herbert A. Rafaele &
James W. Wiley
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Birds of South America
Non-Passerines: Rheas to
Francisco Erize, Jorge R.
Rodriguez Mata & Maurice
2006. 376 pages. 156 color plates. 1,270+
maps. 5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12688-3 $29.95
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Birds of Hawaii, New
Zealand, and the Central
and West Pacifc
Written and illustrated by
Ber van Perlo
2011. 256 pages. 95 color illus. 750 maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15188-5 $29.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
Also written and illustrated by
Ber van Perlo
Birds of Mexico and
Central America
2006. 336 pages. 98 color plates. 5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-12070-6 $29.95
For sale only in North America and the
Birds of Southern Africa
2009. 320 pages. 84 color plates. 1,308 maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-14169-5 $29.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
Updated Edition
Birds of Eastern Africa
2009. 304 pages. 96 color plates. 1,486 maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-14170-1 $29.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
WorldTwitch 2003 Best Bird Book—Africa
Birds of Western and
Central Africa
2003. 384 pages. 109 color plates. 1,500+ color
maps. 5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-00714-4 $30.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
princeton illustrated checklists
Birds of North America
and Greenland
Norman Arlott
2011. 224 pages. 104 color plates. 900 color
maps. 5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15140-3 $15.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
Birds of the West Indies
Written and illustrated by
Norman Arlott
2010. 240 pages. 80 color plates. 550+ maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-14780-2 $24.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, the Philippines,
and the Caribbean
Also written and illustrated by
Norman Arlott
Birds of Europe, Russia,
China, and Japan
Passerines: Tyrant Flycatchers
to Buntings
2007. 240 pages. 80 color plates. 706 maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-13372-0 $29.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
Birds of Europe, Russia,
China, and Japan
Non-Passerines: Loons to
2009. 256 pages. 91 color plates. 700 maps.
5 x 7 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-13685-1 $29.95
For sale only in the U.S., Canada, and the
“[A]s essential as binoculars.”
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for a feld guide in a pinch, but
also facilitating the checking
of of various bird species seen
or heard, each edition contains
professionally rendered plates
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the geographic area covered by
the book, enough textual high-
lights to help identify a given
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With a foreword by Pete Dunne
Hawks at a Distance
Identifcation of Migrant Raptors
Jerry Liguori
“Possibly the best-ever raptor
identifcation guide in print. . . . If
you are serious about identifying
birds of prey, whether at a hawk-
watch site, or during your everyday
birding, the advances made by the
author with this book can assist
you in achieving that goal in ways
few books have done previously.”
—William P. Mueller, Bluebird’s Laugh
2011. 216 pages. 558 color photos. 19 halftones.
2 tables. 6 x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-13559-5 $19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13558-8 $52.50
Also by Jerry Liguori
With a foreword by
David A. Sibley
Hawks from Every Angle
How to Identify Raptors In Flight
“There are a number of raptor
guides available, but we fnally
have one that shows hawks as they
are truly seen in the feld.”
—Clay Sutton, coauthor of Hawks
in Flight
2005. 144 pages. 339 color photos. 32 b/w
photos. 2 maps. 7 ½ x 9 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-11825-3 $19.95
Honorable Mention, 2013 National
Outdoor Book Award, Nature Guidebook
The Crossley ID Guide
Richard Crossley, Jerry Liguori
& Brian Sullivan
“[Q]uite simply brilliant.”
—Bo Beolens, Fatbirder
“Eye candy! . . . The Crossley Guide
will appeal to the rank beginner,
the casual observer and the dedi-
cated enthusiast. It is a must have
addition to everyone’s library!”
—Gail Garber, Hawk’s Aloft
“No raptor addict wants to be
without this one.”
—Harry Fuller, Towhee Blog
“More useful, more natural, and
more fun.”
—Birdwatching Magazine
The Crossley ID Guides
2013. 288 pages. 101 color plates. 34 color
maps. 7 ½ x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-15740-5 $29.95
One of the Guardian’s B est Nature Books
of 2013
The Crossley ID Guide
Britain and Ireland
Richard Crossley &
Dominic Couzens
“[A] revolutionary new bird book.”
—Stephen Moss, Guardian
“Bright, bold, clean-looking and
easy to use, it is not just an identif-
cation guide—it is a celebration of
our birds and how they ft into our
—Andy Stoddart
“Richard Crossley and Dominic
Couzens have lifted the feld guide
out of the rut and produced a frst
class book.”
—Biggest Twitch
The Crossley ID Guides
2013. 304 pages. 300+ color plates. 250 maps.
6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15194-6 $27.95
Co-Winner of the 2012 Bronze Medal in Environment/Ecology/Nature, Independent Publisher
Winner of the 2011 PROSE Award for Excellence in Reference Works, Association of
American Publishers
Winner of the 2011 PROSE Award for Excellence in Single Volume Reference/Science,
Association of American Publishers
Richard Crossley, Winner of the 2012 Robert Ridgway Award for Publications in Field
Ornithology, American Birding Association
The Crossley ID Guide
Eastern Birds
Richard Crossley
“Really cool and totally diferent. . . . Crossley
gives us birds as we see them, in action. . . .
We’ve been inundated with ‘new’ birding
feld guide books in recent years, no single
one of them ofering a compelling reason for
purchase. This book will ofer such a reason.”
—Jim Williams, Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Crossley ID Guides
2011. 528 pages. 10,000 color images. 7 ½ x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-14778-9 $35.00
Petrels, Albatrosses, and
Storm-Petrels of North
A Photographic Guide
Steve N. G. Howell
“[A]ccessible; informative; stun-
ning; essential.”
—Stephen Menzie, Bird Guides
“I can honestly say this book
has not only changed my mind
about photographic guides, I
believe it sets a benchmark and
standard that other titles and
authors should follow. This is an
outstanding work and should sit
on the bookshelf of every keen
—Hugh Harrop, Seabird
2012. 512 pages. 975 color photos and fgs.
66 maps. 7 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-14211-1 $45.00
Shorebirds of North
America, Europe, and Asia
A Photographic Guide
Richard Chandler
“An excellent addition to any shore-
birder’s library.”
2009. 448 pages. 850+ color photos. 134 color
maps. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-14281-4 $35.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
A Photographic Guide to
North American Raptors
Brian K. Wheeler &
William S. Clark
“No one is better at the variabilities
of raptor identifcation than this
team of two.”
—Charles E. Keller, Indiana Audu-
bon Quarterly
2003. 198 pages. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-11644-0 $29.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Also by Steve N. G. Howell
WorldTwitch 2001 Best Bird Book—North
Hummingbirds of North
The Photographic Guide
2001. 232 pages. 200 color photos. 5 ½ x 8 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-11603-7 $29.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Antarctic Wildlife
A Visitor’s Guide
James Lowen
“[A] fantastic guide . . . rich in
photography. . . . [T]he penguin
behaviour gallery is a joy.”
“An eminently practical, accurate,
useable and indispensable feld
guide—perfect to bring on your
Antarctic cruise. Or even just to
keep on your bedside table.”
—Cathy Taibbi, Examiner.com
2011. 240 pages. 159 color photos. 6 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-15033-8 $22.95
Not for sale in the European Union or the
Falkland Islands
One of the Washington Post’s Best
Gardening Books for 2009
Birds of North America
The Photographic Guides
Paul Sterry & Brian E. Small
“The ultimate handbook to ac-
company you in the feld or while
bird watching at home. . . . [A]n
excellent visual reference for the
identifcation of birds.”
—Joel Lerner, Washington Post
“Stunning. This was the frst word
that came to mind upon cracking
open these new guides.”
—Eddie Callaway, Birdfreak.com
Birds of Eastern North America
2009. 336 pages. 1,118 color photos. 405 maps.
5 ½ x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-13426-0 $18.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13425-3 $52.50
Birds of Western North America
2009. 416 pages. 1,341 color photos. 449 maps.
5 ½ x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-13428-4 $18.95
One of New Scie ntist’s Best Science Books
of 2013
Bugs Rule!
An Introduction to the World
of Insects
Whitney Cranshaw &
Richard Redak
“The photographs, illustrations,
little known facts, and sidebars
in Bugs Rule! bring to life the
fascinating world of insects. Bugs
Rule! is an excellent text for the
nonscience major and general
nature enthusiast.”
—Michael K. Rust, University of
California, Riverside
Bugs Rule! provides a lively
introduction to the biology and
natural history of insects and their
noninsect cousins, such as spiders,
scorpions, and centipedes. This
richly illustrated textbook features
more than 830 color photos, a
concise overview of the basics
of entomology, and numerous
sidebars that highlight and explain
key points.
2013. 496 pages. 830+ color photos. 18 tables.
8 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-12495-7 $55.00
Natural History, Evolution,
Mark P. Witton
“This really is the ultimate guide
to pterosaurs, providing us with a
richer view of pterosaur diversity
and behaviour than allowed in the
two previous great volumes on the
group (Wellnhofer 1991, Unwin
2005) and containing a substantial
amount of review and analysis of
pterosaur ecology and functional
—Darren Naish, Scientifc American
For 150 million years, the skies
didn’t belong to birds—they
belonged to the pterosaurs. These
fying reptiles, which include the
pterodactyls, shared the world
with the nonavian dinosaurs until
their extinction 65 million years
ago. Some pterosaurs, such as the
giant azhdarchids, were the largest
fying animals of all time, with
wingspans exceeding thirty feet
and standing heights comparable
to modern girafes. This richly
illustrated book takes an unprec-
edented look at these astonishing
creatures, presenting the latest
fndings on their anatomy, ecology,
and extinction.
2013. 304 pages. 152 color illus. 26 halftones.
14 line illus. 17 maps. 8 ½ x 11.
Cl: 978-0-691-15061-1 $35.00
Conus of the
Southeastern United
States and Caribbean
Alan J. Kohn
“World-class scholarship. This is a
great book that takes readers on a
scholarly grand tour from the earli-
est research history to the latest
methodological approaches used
to understand the biology and re-
lationships of this intriguing group
of gastropods. Kohn provides
an amazing and unprecedented
wealth of information.”
—Rüdiger Bieler, coauthor of
Seashells of Southern Florida
Conus is the largest genus of
animals in the sea, occurring
throughout the world’s tropical
and subtropical oceans and
contributing signifcantly to
marine biodiversity. The shells of
these marine mollusks are prized
for their amazing variety and ex-
traordinary beauty. The neurotoxic
venoms they produce—injected
by a hollow, harpoon-like tooth
into prey animals that are then
paralyzed and swallowed whole—
have a range of pharmaceutical
applications, from painkillers to
antidepressants. This beautifully
illustrated book identifes 53 valid
species of the southeastern United
States and the Caribbean, a region
that supports a diverse but
taxonomically challenging group
of Conus.
September 2014. 480 pages. 109 color plates.
97 color illus. 32 halftones. 12 line illus.
12 tables. 35 color maps. 8 ½ x 11.
Cl: 978-0-691-13538-0 $99.50
Beetles of Eastern North
Arthur V. Evans
See page 6 for details.
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With a foreword by
Chris Packham
A Sparrowhawk’s Lament
How British Breeding Birds of
Prey Are Faring
David Cobham
with Bruce Pearson
Britain is home to ffteen species
of breeding birds of prey, from the
hedgerow-hopping Sparrowhawk
to the breathtaking White-tailed
Eagle. In this handsomely illustrated
book, acclaimed British flmmaker
and naturalist David Cobham ofers
unique and deeply personal insights
into Britain’s birds of prey and how
they are faring today. He delves into
the history of these marvelous birds
and talks in depth with the scientists
and conservationists who are striv-
ing to safeguard them.
Featuring drawings by famed wild-
life artist Bruce Pearson, this book
reveals why we must cherish and
celebrate our birds of prey, and
why we neglect them at our peril.
2014. 256 pages. 80 line illus. 6 x 8 ½.
Cl: 978-0-691-15764-1 $35.00
England’s Rare Mosses and Liverworts
Their History, Ecology, and Conservation
Ron D. Porley
“This is a beautifully prepared and well-written
book, and I strongly recommend it to all who
have an interest in bryophyte conservation and
rarity; and as a means of providing bryophyte
awareness to a broader public.”
—James R. Shevock, Bryologist
“[T]his well-written and beautifully presented
publication will be a valuable reference work
for anyone concerned with studying, manag-
ing and conserving England’s threatened
bryophytes . . . stunningly good.”
—Sharon Pilkington, British Wildlife
2013. 224 pages. 165 color photos. 3 color illus. 85 maps. 6 x 8.
Cl: 978-0-691-15871-6 $40.00
Ten Thousand Birds
Ornithology since Darwin
Tim Birkhead, Jo Wimpenny &
Bob Montgomerie
“An excellent history of the study
of birds in modern times.”
—Matt Merritt, Bird Watching
“A frst-class review not only of the
recent history of ornithology but
also of the key players involved.
No other book of this type comes
anywhere near this one in its
breadth of coverage and depth
of scholarship. Ten Thousand
Birds is in a class by itself, and an
outstanding read.”
—Ian Newton, author of The Migra-
tion Ecology of Birds
2014. 544 pages. 94 color illus. 60 halftones.
8 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-15197-7 $45.00
Second Edition
The Illustrated
Encyclopedia of Trees
David More & John White
“The very best book I can imagine
for identifying trees.”
—Seattle Times
“David More spent over a decade
painting these illustrations from
real specimens, and fellow tree ex-
pert John White’s informative text
describes key facts about each. The
result is an extraordinary reference
that will continue to be prized by
nature enthusiasts, gardeners,
landscapers, and foresters.”
—Northeastern Naturalist
2013. 832 pages. 5,000+ color illus. 7 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-15823-5 $49.95
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Best Bird Book of the Year 2011, Birdbooker
Cotingas and Manakins
Guy M. Kirwan & Graeme
“Invaluable to anyone studying
this group of birds, as well as bird-
ers looking to learn more about
these colorful gems.”
—Drew Weber, Nemesis Bird blog
“Defnitive. . . . It’s a treasure trove
of information and beauty from
the cover to the last page.”
—Eva Matthews, Flying Mullet blog
2012. 624 pages. 34 color plates. 400 color
photos. 130 maps. 7 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-15352-0 $55.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except
Canada) and Europe
identifcation guide
How to Be a Better Birder
Derek Lovitch
“A birding book that should fy of
the shelves.”
—Herb Wilson, Portland Press
2012. 208 pages. 53 color illus. 10 maps. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-14448-1 $19.95
Physiological Adaptations
for Breeding in Birds
Tony D. Williams
“This important book comes from
one of the leaders in the feld of
reproductive physiology. It will be
of value to anyone interested in
the physiology of birds from an
evolutionary perspective.”
—Joseph B. Williams, Ohio State
2012. 392 pages. 1 halftone. 113 line illus. 6 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-13982-1 $69.5 0
Third Place, 2013 Best Bird Book of the
Year, British Birds and the British Trust for
Honorable Mention, 2013 PROSE Award
in Biological Sciences, Association of
American Publishers
The Unfeathered Bird
Katrina van Grouw
“Van Grouw’s focus on the
skeleton rather than on external
appearance gives the book a
special power. Van Grouw’s book
was 25 years in the making:
surprisingly quick, considering the
work involved. An international
list of friends, colleagues, farmers,
conservationists—and the occa-
sional taxidermist--donated dead
birds for her (and her taxidermist
husband) to pluck, skin and boil
down to their skeletons. And
—Alison Abbott, Nature
2013. 304 pages. 385 duotones/color illus.
10 x 12.
Cl: 978-0-691-15134-2 $49.95
One of Choice’s Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2013
The Kingdom of Fungi
Jens H. Petersen
“The Kingdom of Fungi melds the
traditional classifcation still found
in most feld guides with the
fndings from recent phylogenetic
studies. The photographs are abso-
lutely stunning and will be the talk
of the town.”
—Donald H. Pfster, Harvard
2013. 272 pages. 800+ color photos. 8 ½ x 11.
Cl: 978-0-691-15754-2 $29.95
Forthcoming Paperback
Second Edition
How to Do Ecology
A Concise Handbook
Richard Karban, Mikaela
Huntzinger & Ian S. Pearse
Praise for the previous edition:
“This book is a wealth of informa-
tion for beginning professionals.”
—Erika V. Iyengar, American Biology
“How to Do Ecology contains much
of the sage advice that good
supervisors have been giving their
postgraduate students for years.”
—Robyn K. Whipp, Austral Ecology
July 2014. 200 pages. 15 line illus. 5 x 8.
Pa: 978-0-691-16176-1 $24.95
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Mathematics, Association of American
Avian Architecture
How Birds Design, Engineer,
and Build
Peter Goodfellow
“This has got to be one of the
coolest bird books I’ve ever come
across. . . . Avian Architecture may
unravel some of the mystery
behind how birds make their nests,
but Peter Goodfellow thoroughly
reveals a complexity in nest build-
ing that makes birds all the more
—Robert Mortenson, BirdingIs
2011. 160 pages. 300 color illus. 8 x 10.
Cl: 978-0-691-14849-6 $29.95
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All about Birds
A Short Illustrated History of
Valérie Chansigaud
2010. 240 pages. 250 color illus. 6 x 9.
Cl: 978-0-691-14519-8 $29.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Winner of the 2009 National Outdoor Book
Award, Design and Artistic Merit
Lars Jonsson’s Birds
Paintings from a Near Horizon
Lars Jonsson
“[A] delightful surprise and an
enjoyable read.”
—Robert Hoopes, Wildlife Activist
2009. 192 pages. 150 color illus. 10 x 12.
Cl: 978-0-691-14151-0 $55.00
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
The Atlas of Birds
Diversity, Behavior, and
Mike Unwin
“A journey through this atlas is a
grand tour of the world as lived by
birds and observed by humans.”
—Linda Scarth, Booklist
2011. 144 pages. 8 ½ x 11.
Pa: 978-0-691-14949-3 $22.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Birds in Our Imagination and
Jeremy Mynott
“The fnest book ever written
about why we watch birds.”
—Stephen Moss, Guardian
2012. 392 pages. 8 color illus. 32 halftones.
25 line illus. 6 x 9.
Pa: 978-0-691-15428-2 $19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13539-7 $29.95
Finalist, 2005 Colorado Book Awards,
Colorado Endowment for the Humanities
Garden Insects of North
The Ultimate Guide to
Backyard Bugs
Whitney Cranshaw
“A must-have reference for any
—San Francisco Chronicle
2004. 672 pages. 265 color plates. 1,400+ color
photos. 7 ½ x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-09561-5 $29.95
Owlet Caterpillars of
Eastern North America
David L. Wagner, Dale F.
Schweitzer, J. Bolling Sullivan
& Richard C. Reardon
“This impressive tome provides an
in-depth discussion of the natural
history of owlet caterpillars.”
2011. 576 pages. 2,100+ color photos. 8 x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-15042-0 $35.00
The Private Life of Spiders
Paul Hillyard
“This is a fascinating book.”
—Joel Lerner, Washington Post
2011. 160 pages. 200 color illus. 7 ½ x 9 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15003-1 $19.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
The Princeton
Encyclopedia of Birds
Edited by Christopher Perrins
“The encyclopedia is a gem.”
—Judy S. Jottings, Wing and a Song
2009. 656 pages. 1,186 color illus. 140 line illus.
182 color maps. 8 x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-14070-4 $35.00
For sale only in the U.S. and Canada
The Princeton
Encyclopedia of Mammals
Edited by David W. Macdonald
2009. 976 pages. 1,529 color illus. 163 line illus.
172 color maps. 8 x 10.
Pa: 978-0-691-14069-8 $45.00
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One of Booklist’s Top 10 Sci-Tech Books
for 2007
Boas and Pythons of the
Mark O’Shea
“Well-known species and their
more obscure cousins are all mag-
nifcently illustrated with beautiful
color photos.”
2011. 160 pages. 155 color illus. 2 maps.
7 ½ x 9 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15015-4 $19.95
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and the European Union
Also by Mark O’Shea
Venomous Snakes of the
“O’Shea . . . brings to life the world
of serpents from around the world
[with] hundreds of stunning, often
rare, photographs.”
—Globe and Mail
2011. 160 pages. 150 color illus. 7 ½ x 9 ½.
Pa: 978-0-691-15023-9 $19.95
Not for sale in the Commonwealth (except Canada)
and the European Union
Best Bird Book of the Year 2009, Birdbooker
Winner of the 2010 Best Cover Design & Best
Interior Design, International Book Awards
A Natural History of the
Joseph M. Forshaw
Illustrated by Albert Earl Gilbert
“This is a major work for bird art
lovers of all temperaments.”
—Guy Tudor, coauthor and illustra-
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2009. 304 pages. 75 color illus. 10 line illus.
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Islands Born of Fire
Tui De Roy
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The Princeton Guide to
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Stephen R. Carpenter, H.
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Michel Loreau, Jonathan B.
Losos, Brian Walker & David S.
Wilcove, associate editors
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—Library Journal
2012. 848 pages. 25 color illus. 14 halftones.
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Pa: 978-0-691-15604-0 $49.95
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With a foreword by
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Wildfower Wonders
The 50 Best Wildfower Sites
in the World
Bob Gibbons
“A stunning guide to the best
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—Susan G. Baird, Library Journal
2011. 192 pages. 200 color photos. 8 ½ x 10.
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Spring Wildfowers of the
A Natural History
Carol Gracie
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Orchids and Wildfowers
of Kitulo Plateau
Rosalind F. Salter &
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The Jewel Hunter
Chris Gooddie
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2010. 424 pages. 139 color illus. 19 maps. 6 x 9.
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Birds in a Village
A Century On
W. H. Hudson & Brian Clews
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2006. 132 pages. 57 color and b&w photos.
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Red Kite Country
A Celebration of the Wildlife
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Mike Read & Colin Woolf
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Discover Butterfies in
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Flowers of the Forest
Plants and People in the New
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Endemic Plants of the
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A. I. Pyak, S. C. Shaw, A. L. Ebel,
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M. O. Morenko, A. S. Revushkin,
Yu. A. Kotukhov &
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Year, British Birds and the British Trust for
The World’s Rarest Birds
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Ofers a showcase of struggling
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The Extreme Life of the Sea
Stephen R. Palumbi & Anthony R. Palumbi
“The oceans are our most precious treasure,
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40 Years of Evolution
Darwin’s Finches on Daphne Major Island
Peter R. Grant & B. Rosemary Grant
“A captivating synthesis of arguably the most
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The Origin Then and Now
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Origin of Species
David N. Reznick
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John Kricher
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Honeybee Democracy
Thomas D. Seeley
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