Friday, January 17, 2014

Questions about The Warbler Guide

How useful do you think The Warbler Guide will be for identifying birds in non-breeding plumage (juvenile and autumn)?

Thanks in advance for your help and time!

 Clay P.


Dear Clay,
Thanks for your inquiry about The WarblerGuide. 
This is by far the most comprehensive guide on warblers yet, and it is a treasure trove of information and photographs, as you might expect.  Each species has a dedicated description with primary photos; Distinctive Views and Additional Photos from various angles; Comparison Species, and Aging and Sexing. There are also detailed descriptions of each song.

 I really like the Quick Finder pages which help differentiate east fall, east spring, under view, 45 degree quick view, side quick finder, and face quick finder.  I could go on and on!  It's quite an amazing resource.

We sold out of the first shipment we received and now have more on our shelves here at the store.   

If we may be of further assistance, please call us here at Eagle Optics.

All the best,

Eagle Optics

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