More information about the Western Guide and the Eastern Guide After two years of work, the completely redesigned and revised editions of my Eastern and Western Field Guides will go on sale March 29, 2016. The new editions are the same size as the 2003 versions, but the layout has been changed to match […]
The completely revised Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition, will be on sale in a matter of weeks – March 11, 2014. You can pre-order the second edition at your local independent bookstore or at Amazon.com or find other online sellers at Random House. Birdwatching interviewed me about the revision, which you can read along
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for someone on your list, there are still a couple of days left to order a piece of my original art and have it delivered before Christmas. See the selection available here. And in case you haven’t heard, the completely revised Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition, will
The Sibley eGude to Birds for iPhone and iPad has been updated to be a universal app. The new version takes advantage of the full screen of the iPad to show images and maps at high resolution, show all information (images, text, map, and audio) on a single screen, and in landscape orientation allows viewing
At last…. The Sibley eGuide is now available for Blackberry! Check it out at the Blackberry App Store Now Blackberry owners can enjoy having the entire content of the acclaimed Sibley Guide to Birds on a device that fits in your pocket – all 810 species, over 6600 paintings, over 700 range maps, and detailed
Not an April Fool’s joke, this is a real photo taken today by Scott Young in New Hampshire (Thanks, Scott). Clicking the photo links to his Flickr site where you can also see other photos of redpolls, including Hoarys.
The eGuide for iPhone was recently updated with all new high-resolution images which can now be displayed full screen; a cleaner and simpler navigation interface, and dozens of additional sounds. More details are here. Several users have reported issues with some of the new sounds added in this update. Uninstalling and reinstalling the program seems
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.
Updated June 5th 2010 with high-res images! The Sibley Guide to Birds is now available as an app for iPhone and iPod Touch. Check it out at the iTunes app store (here). June 9th – Several users have reported issues with some of the new sounds added in this update. Uninstalling and reinstalling the program