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Audubon's Birds of America Backyard Birds [156 Images]

Audubon's Birds of America Backyard Birds [156 Images]

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The Birds of America is a book written and illustrated by John James Audubon, an American naturalist and artist, and first published between 1827 and 1838. The book is a collection of life-size illustrations of North American birds, featuring 435 hand-colored prints of 497 bird species. The illustrations are known for their accuracy, beauty, and attention to detail, and have become iconic representations of North American wildlife.

Backyard birds are a diverse group of bird species that can be found in residential areas across North America. They include familiar species such as the American robin, northern cardinal, house sparrow, and black-capped chickadee, as well as less common species like the indigo bunting, cedar waxwing, and yellow warbler. Backyard birds are often attracted to bird feeders and bird baths, and can provide hours of enjoyment for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. They also play important roles in controlling insect populations and spreading seeds throughout the ecosystem.

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