The Atlas of Breeding Birds of New Hampshire
Edited by Carol R. Foss
464 pages, 1995
The most comprehensive study ever published on the status and distribution of New Hampshire's breeding birds, with a full-page map of breeding distribution as well as a detailed written account of past and present breeding status, range, trends, and habits. The Atlas also contains over 200 line drawings by well-known New Hampshire artists. Besides being an invaluable resource for anyone interested in New England birds, it's also a surprisingly entertaining read, especially for a reference book. It's great for school projects, and a must for every library in New Hampshire.