New York: New York Times Book Co., 1979. Hardcover. John James Audubon is considered one of the finest painters of American wildlife. This publication was the first to bring together his 655 octavo-sized Birds and Quadrupeds in full size and full color. Quarto. Red paper-covered boards with tan cloth spine. White dust jacket with illustrations to front and back; black title to front and spine. Pages are fine and bright. Cover is fine. Minor wear to edges of dust jacket, including a few short closed tears and minor browning. 674 pages. NAT/052622. Fine / Very Good.
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Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1981. First Edition. Hardcover. This book focuses on the top 500 sites to find birds in New York State. More than 400 species are discussed, with special emphasis on rare spots, such as the 25 best sites for observing hawk migrations. The book includes 106 maps. Octavo. Blue cloth boards with gilt title in black box on spine. Grey and white dust jacket, with white title and bird photo to front and black title to white spine. Pages are bright and clean. Cover is in fine condition. Dust jacket has minor wear, with several small closed tears to top front. Small close tears and light foxing to ear panel of jacket. 499 pages, including index. NAT/060622. Fine / Very Good.
Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture, 1942. Hardcover. This work is an updated version of The Birds of North Carolina, begun in 1910 and published in 1919, by the same three authors. 37 plates, including approximately 16 in color. Octavo. Blue cloth cover with gilt title to front and spine. Pages are clean and bright. Rubbing to front and back covers, sunning to spine and slight bump on front top right corner. Previous owner's book plate to inside front cover. No dust jacket. 416 pages, including index. NAT/060822. Very Good.