This National Geographic classic shows the incredible journeys that birds undertake in the Americas each year. Migration routes from nesting grounds to wintering areas are shown for 67 types of birds. Full-color bird paintings by noted illustrator Arthur Singer show each of the 67 species.
Topics covered: Land Birds and Birds of Prey; Magellanic Penguin; The Mystery of Migration; Seabirds, Gulls, and Terns; Shore and Wading Birds; Waterfowl
36" x 23"
Scale: 1 inch = 316 miles
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