This series, produced by the American Ornithologists' Union and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, provides life history information about each species of bird found in North America. Images, maps, audio, and video are inclded.
The guide is maintained by a community of naturalists. Pictures, natural history, and citations to the literature are provided. They also offer to help id pics, but you have to create a login to submit a picture.
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