Bird Library References and Sources

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Much of the information found in this bird library and my Field Guides was gathered from the following sources:

On the Web

Books and Articles in Print

  • Field Guides
    • "The Sibley Guide to Birds" by David Allen Sibley
    • “A Guide to the Birds of Colombia” by Steven L. Hilty & William L. Brown
    • “A Guide to the Birds of Mexico and Northern Central America” by Steve N. G. Howell and Sophie Webb
    • “Birds of the West Indies” by Herbert Raffaele, James Wiley, Orlando H. Garrido, Allan Keith, and Janis I. Raffaele (Princeton University Press)
    • “Birds of Hawaii and the Tropical Pacific” by H. Douglas Pratt, Phillip L. Bruner and Delwyn G. Berrett, Princeton Press, 1989.
    • "Birds of Australia" by Ken Simpson and Nicolas Day. Princeton University Press
    • “Birds of Peru” by Thomas S. Schulenberg, Douglas F. Stotz, Antonio Brack Egg, Daniel F. Lane, John P O'Neill, Theodore A. Parker, III
    • “Birds of South America. Non-Passerines: Rheas to Woodpeckers” by Francisco Erize, Jorge R. Rodriguez Mata and Maurice Rumboll
    • "Birds of Europe" by Killian Mullarney, Lars Svensson, Dan Zetterstorm and Peter J. Grant. Princeton University Press
    • "Birds of Southeast Asia" by Craig Robson. Princeton University Press
    • "Birds of East Asia" by Mark Brazil. Princeton University Press
    • "Field Guide to the Birds of East Africa" by Terry Stevenson and John Fanshawe
    • "What Bird is That?: A Guide to the Birds of Australia" by Neville W. Casey. Angus and Roberston
  • Other References Books and Articles
    • “Behavioral Ecology of the Yucatan Jay” by Ralph J. Raitt and John William Hardy
    • “Condors and Vultures” by David Houston
    • “Ocean Birds” by Lars Löfgren
    • "Parrots of the World" by Tony Juniper and Mike Parr. Yale University Press.
    • “Raptors of the World” by James Ferguson-Lees and David A. Christie
    • “Vultures: Animal Scavengers” by Sandra Markle

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