"One cannot have too many good bird books"
--Ralph Hoffmann, Birds of the Pacific States (1927).
Here's this week's issue of the Birdbooker Report by Ian Paulsen, which lists bird and natural history books that are (or will soon be) available for purchase.
New and Recent Titles:
White-tailed Ptarmigan: Ghosts of the Alpine Tundra is fantastic! I can't say enough good things about it. Anyone who has seen, or hopes to see, this bird (especially in Colorado) absolutely needs to read this book.
Return to Warden's Grove does look interesting. That's been added to my wishlist!
Ian, I think your praise of Fiona Reid's Mammals is far too faint: this is a wonderful book, head and shoulders above any other field guide to the furry _ever_ available for North America.
Thanks for the pointer to the Norment book; have to get a copy of that one for sure.