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National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Butterflies Of North America (National Audubon Society Pocket Guides)

Filled with succinct descriptions and dazzling photographs, the National Audubon Society Pocket Guide to Familiar Butterflies in North America is designed to be compact enough for nature-lovers to easily bring along when observing butterflies. This streamlined volume contains: a simple field guide identifying 80 of the most widespread butterflies in North America and a complete overview of observing butterflies, covering basic identifying field marks and practical tips for observing and distinguishing different butterflies.

This pocket guide is packed with information; bright photographs capturing the butterflies perched with their wings spread and closed; specific descriptions of each species’ important identifying characteristics, life cycle, habitat and range, line drawings depicting the basic butterfly anatomy, a description of major butterfly groups and a glossary of technical terms.

When observing these beautifully fragile creatures, the National Audubon Society Guide to Familiar Butterflies of North America is an excellent and handy reference guide to take along during any nature walk.

Product Features

  • butterflies found in the United States
  • About 90 color illustrations
  • compact pocket guide

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2 Comments

  1. E. Karasik says:

    Great considering its size For a book with the “footprint” of a postcard, this guide has a boatload of useful information and truly superb photos. The descriptions are brief but highlight a few interesting facts about each species; all contain basic entries about identification, habitat, range, and life cycles. Each entry is accompanied by a gorgeous full color photo of the butterfly viewed from above and a smaller side view (the latter are so small that their usefulness is somewhat compromised, but they’re better than nothing). No photos of the caterpillars.

  2. Lee Ann Calhoun says:

    Butterfly book rating This book was a gift for my 7 yr old granddaugter. We have lots of butterflies and she loves to try to identify them. The book has awesome color photos. The small pocket size makes it convenient to carry around with you. I have found all of the Audubon books to be very very good investments. Thanks

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