You know a crow when you see one. You’ve got the adult bald eagle down, too. But did you know there are more than 900 other birds in North America? Let this field guide from National Geographic be your source to learning a few more of them. Take it into the field and stalk the majestic, jester-looking wood duck in its wetland environs. Bring it with you on a canoe trip down the Penobscot River as you search for Great Blue Herons hunting herring in the shallows. Or just study the 3,000+ illustrations at home and learn about the fascinating migrations, plumage, and taxonomic order of the hundreds of birds that call our continent home, too.