>>2011 BEST APP EVER AWARD<<
MUST-HAVE BIRDING APP The ultimate birding resource for at home and in the field combining 10 Peterson Field Guides in an easy-to-use searchable format for iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch.
AN EXCITING NEW TOOL FOR BIRDERS! A free app for identifying the birds you are likely to see at your feeders. Like Peterson Birds of North America app, Peterson Feeder Birds includes information from the Peterson Field Guide to Birds of North America and 7 other Peterson Field Guide series books.More
Covering 300 of the most common birds in all of the United States and Canada, The Young Birderís Guide to Birds of North America is loaded with color photographs, drawings showing typical behaviors, range maps, an easy-to-use checklist, fun facts, and authoritative information about each bird, its vocalizations, and its habitat.More
There are thousands of moth species in the northeast of North America, and while it might seem that they are all drab grays and browns, there is actually a startling variety. They come in a rainbow of colors, from brilliant oranges and pinks to soft greens and violets. There are moths with colorful leopardlike spots, and ones that look more like B-movie aliens; some that are as large as your hand, and others the size of a grain of rice.More
On Our Website: Video Podcasts!
Richly illustrated with paintings, photographs, and sound recordings of featured birds, these video podcasts are an entertaining and educational supplement to the Peterson Field Guide to Birds of North America. You may view and download three hours of podcasts from our web site. Choose from the categories below:Family Overviews Species Profiles Biography Tutorials
Who is Roger Tory Peterson?
For more than 65 years, Peterson Field Guides have set the standard by which other field guides are measured. Comprehensive and authoritative, they are essential additions to any naturalist's bookshelf or backpack. Roger Tory Peterson, one of the world's greatest naturalists, spent his life studying, painting, and photographing birds. The Peterson Identification System has been called the greatest invention since binoculars, and the Peterson Field Guide Series is credited with helping to set the stage for the environmental movement. Peterson died in 1996.