Sibley’s Owls of North America

Written & Illustrated by David Allen Sibley

All 19 species of owls—both common and rare—found in North America. Includes captions which capture the gestalt of each species, detailed range maps, both in-flight and perched illustrations with call-outs. Includes illustrated information on owl behavior including breeding, hunting, roosting, and nesting. Also includes basic tips for how to spot an owl.

FoldingGuides™ are laminated reference guides. They are indestructible, beachproof, and waterproof; providing instant access to just what you need to know. They are perfect for backpack, beach bag, glove compartment, or purse.


4” x 9” folded, unfolds to 25.5” . Two sided, with full-color illustrations.
ISBN 978-1-935380-16-0

$8.95

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