As an aid to the elementary study of bird life nothing has ever beenpublished more satisfactory than this most successful of Nature Books.This book makes the identification of our birds simple and positive, evento the uninitiated, through certain unique features.
I. All the birds are grouped according to color, in the belief that a bird's coloring is the first and often the only characteristic noticed.
II. By another classification, the birds are grouped according to their season.
III. All the popular names by which a bird is known are given both in the descriptions and the index. The colored plates are the most beautiful and accurate ever given in a moderate-priced and popular book. The most successful and widely sold Nature Book yet published.