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Birds of North America Online - 30 Day Subscription
Our Price: $5.00

The definitive source of life history information for the more than 700 species of birds that breed in Canada and the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii). Each species account is authored by an expert on that species and includes information on identification, distribution, behavior, breeding biology, habitat, food habits, migration, conservation and populations. Each species account includes multiple photos with identification tips, examples of sounds, and behavioral videos as well as a comprehensive bibliography of published research.

As an online resource, content is continually updated with 3-4 species accounts revised each month. All newly revised species accounts will now have links to 1) the eBird Observation Range map for the latest observations of the species worldwide and 2) the full catalog of sounds for that species from the Macaulay Library (the world's largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio recordings).
Birds of North America Online - 1 Year Subscription
Our Price: $42.00

The definitive source of life history information for the more than 700 species of birds that breed in Canada and the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii). Each species account is authored by an expert on that species and includes information on identification, distribution, behavior, breeding biology, habitat, food habits, migration, conservation and populations. Each species account includes multiple photos with identification tips, examples of sounds, and behavioral videos as well as a comprehensive bibliography of published research.

As an online resource, content is continually updated with 3-4 species accounts revised each month. All newly revised species accounts will now have links to 1) the eBird Observation Range map for the latest observations of the species worldwide and 2) the full catalog of sounds for that species from the Macaulay Library (the world's largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio recordings).
Birds of North America Online - 2 Year Subscription
Our Price: $75.00

The definitive source of life history information for the more than 700 species of birds that breed in Canada and the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii). Each species account is authored by an expert on that species and includes information on identification, distribution, behavior, breeding biology, habitat, food habits, migration, conservation and populations. Each species account includes multiple photos with identification tips, examples of sounds, and behavioral videos as well as a comprehensive bibliography of published research.

As an online resource, content is continually updated with 3-4 species accounts revised each month. All newly revised species accounts will now have links to 1) the eBird Observation Range map for the latest observations of the species worldwide and 2) the full catalog of sounds for that species from the Macaulay Library (the world's largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio recordings).
Birds of North America Online - 3 Year Subscription
Our Price: $100.00

The definitive source of life history information for the more than 700 species of birds that breed in Canada and the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii). Each species account is authored by an expert on that species and includes information on identification, distribution, behavior, breeding biology, habitat, food habits, migration, conservation and populations. Each species account includes multiple photos with identification tips, examples of sounds, and behavioral videos as well as a comprehensive bibliography of published research.

As an online resource, content is continually updated with 3-4 species accounts revised each month. All newly revised species accounts will now have links to 1) the eBird Observation Range map for the latest observations of the species worldwide and 2) the full catalog of sounds for that species from the Macaulay Library (the world's largest and oldest scientific archive of biodiversity audio recordings).