Each bird name in the list to the left is a link to a page with one or more low-resolution files of publication-quality images of that species.

Audubon Birds: A Field Guide to North American Birds is a must have app! I installed this on my Kindle Fire and absolutely love it. This is the electronic version of my most loved paperback book!

Updated to reflect all the latest taxonomic data, American Museum of Natural History Birds of North America is the complete photographic guide to the 657 species of birds found in the United States and Canada.

One of the largest birds in North America, with a 9-foot wingspan. Similar to Brown Pelican in shape but much larger, and very different in habits: Occurs far inland, feeds cooperatively in shallow lakes, does not dive from the air for fish. Despite its great size, a spectacular flier, with flocks ...

A very distinctive fish-hawk, formerly classified with other hawks but now placed in a separate family of its own. Along coastlines, lakes, and rivers almost worldwide, the Osprey is often seen flying over the water, hovering, and then plunging feet-first to catch fish in its talons.

Edward Sheriff Curtis (February 16, 1868 – October 19, 1952) was an American photographer and ethnologist whose work focused on the American West and on Native American peoples.

found by JH on Friday this adult American Golden Plover was about 500+ m away in a field with heat shimmer and a cold wind -- extreme phone-scoping and record shots with the camera but a cracking bird and the 5th bird to have been recorded in this area of the county --