The Sibley Guide to Birds is now available in a series of eight laminated “folding guides” to birds. They can be found in many book and nature shops for $7.95 each, or ordered directly from Steven M. Lewers + Associates. The titles are listed below, clicking any of them will take you to the Steven M. Lewers + Associates web page for more details.
The guides are laminated and waterproof, 4 by 9 inches with six panels. The five regional titles cover about 70 species of the most frequently-seen landbirds in each region, with illustrations and a short description of key features. Three other guides cover distinctive groups of birds – hawks, owls, and waterfowl.
Sibley’s Backyard Birds of New England & Northern New York
Sibley’s Backyard Birds of the Mid-Atlantic & South-central States
Sibley’s Backyard Birds of the Southeast
Sibley’s Backyard Birds of Florida
Sibley’s Backyard Birds of Eastern Texas
Sibley’s Ducks, Geese, & Swans of Eastern North America
Sibley’s Owls of North America
14 thoughts on “New Folding Guides to birds”
Hi. Great idea. Where’s the Western version? We have raptors too!
I need a bird guide for the West/ Southwest……….Do you have such?
How about covering confusing fall warblers for Eastern and Western US?
I second the motion for the fall warbler Folding Guide!
Saw your guides in a hardware store — by accident and spent 30 minutes looking them over. Wonderful, explicit identification guides that can be carried around easily. Seems to have a good grouping for specific areas.
these are great! I am looking for a small guide to Ducks of Western North America. Ideas?
I’d really like a folding guide to sparrows–the many varieties can be bewildering
I second this. Have been looking for a good sparrow fold out for years.
Yes Please! This would be super helpful.
Has the guide to sparrows been developed? Really need this for an easier comparison in the field.
Love the waterproof quick guide to warblers. Very useful in the field and easy to carry. What we need now is one for sparrows. They are about as hard to identify during migrations as warblers. Hopefully you have one in the works.
Have you published a folding guide for birds of the mid CA area?
I would like to add a vote to Jim’s request for a folding guide to sparrows!
could you please do a folding guide for sparrows,thank you.