Join Barbara Vickery and Scott Weidensaul for an evening of celebration, conversation, and interviews with the co-authors and artists of the recently-released book, Birds of Maine. The first comprehensive overview of Maine’s incredibly rich birdlife in more than seven decades, Birds of Maine is a detailed account of all 464 species recorded in the Pine Tree State. Birds of Maine : field guide. Get this from a library! With the birds in Maine. The Maine Bird Records Committee considers the following 463 species to be recorded with convincing evidence within the state of Maine. With Stan Tekiela's famous field guide, bird identification is simple and informative.There's no need to look through dozens of photos of birds that don't live in Maine. This list includes decisions made by the Committee through October 2020. This list of birds of Maine is a comprehensive listing of all the bird species recorded in the U.S. state of Maine.This list is published by the Maine Bird Records Committee (MBRC) and is dated March 2020. The names and taxonomic sequence follow the American Ornithologists’ Union Check-list (7th edition, 1998) as amended by supplements (here through 61st supplement, July 2020). Kristen Lindquist, who contributed to the book Birdwatching in Maine and often posts photos of birds on Facebook, describes this book very well on the back cover: Whether you’re a hardcore birder, a backyard birdwatcher, or just like a darn good story that happens to have birds in it, you’ll find this collection of midcoast Maine’s own “bird magnet” an engaging and informative read. Such are the pleasures that await the reader who opens “What It’s Like To Be a Bird,” the latest book from David Sibley, America’s most popular contemporary bird author and illustrator. [Stan Tekiela] -- Each entry includes family, Latin, and common names, description, habitat, range, and origin/age. Boston ; and New York : Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1904 (OCoLC)595707160: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Olive Thorne Miller; Shapiro Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress) PORTLAND, Maine — For anyone who loves to read, there are few better experiences than getting utterly and happily lost in a fascinating book. This list contains 464 documented species, of which 136 are rare or accidental, five have been introduced and are established, and three are extinct. This book features 119 species of Maine birds… Maine's Favorite Birds features each bird beautifully illustrated in large format, accompanied by clear and concise identification tips, habitat references, and easy-to-remember song descriptions. This makes the book uniquely suited to bird enthusiasts who want to identify and learn more about the birds around them without the expense and confusion of more advanced field guides. Make bird watching in Maine even more enjoyable!