Matt Sewell

“The Atlas of Amazing Birds celebrates avian life, from enormous condors to multicolored peacocks, with cheery watercolors and witty, thoroughly researched accounts of their behaviors and environments. Some bird species fly thousands of miles, while others perform elaborate mating rituals. Others are swift, bold, or large, while others can survive in hostile surroundings. Organized by continent, the book features maps of migratory patterns across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australasia, North America, South America, and Antarctica, where our feathered friends live in all sorts of interesting places — in gardens, amidst waterways, and along byways. “