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Sibley's Eastern Bluebird
Sibley’s First Wall-poster “Field Guide” for Every Backyard Birder

Beginning with the publication of The Sibley Guide to Birds in 2000, David Allen Sibley has gone on to establish himself as North America’s premier naturalist and illustrator of birds. Now for the first time, a selection of his beautiful paintings is presented in a high-quality wall poster. The Sibley’s Backyard Birds of Eastern North America poster features 98 common species in 144 illustrations. Learn more >


GARY SOUCIE OF AUDUBON WRITES:

“Joseph Tomelleri is the best fish illustrator I’ve ever seen. Period.”
Trout Poster

We think so too. That’s why we’ve been working with Mr. Tomelleri on posters, books, cards, and calendars for nearly ten years. We like to know our trout, and the Trout of North America poster is a beautiful education in our continent’s rich diversity of trout species. Learn more >


New Tomelleri wall poster now available!

Bass Poster

 

Common Freshwater Basses of North America
Available in two sizes: 18 x 24" and 24 x 36".

 


Framed Posters.
Very Present-able!

Giving a poster as a gift is good. Giving a framed poster as a gift is great. All Scott & Nix posters are available framed. Click here to view our complete poster line.

Framed Posters

Mayflies

Mayflies of North America

 


Sibley’s Raptors Soar
Sibley’s Raptors wall poster

The Sibley’s Raptors poster features 30 species in 134 illustrations—from the tiny American Kestrel to the acrobatic Cooper’s Hawk to the highsoaring Golden Eagle, this poster has them all. Read more >


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The Mayfly Guide

Sibley’s Raptors Poster

Sibley Birds 18 Card Set

Sibley Backyard Birds East Poster

Sibley Backyard Birds West Poster

 

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Massachusetts
Breeding Bird Atlas 2:
Print-on-demand Publication
Special Offer
Massachusetts Breeding Bird Atlas 2

 

Scott & Nix is now accepting orders for the Massachusetts Breeding Bird Atlas 2 in a first round order of POD (print-on-demand) editions at a reduced price of $145 (includes domestic shipping via Fedex Ground). Printed in color, perfect bound at 892 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, and 4 pounds, we will print a run of fifty copies. First come, first served. After fifty orders are collected, the price will increase to $190 plus $10 shipping & handling. All orders ship from New York City and all buyers will receive an immediate confirmation email and Fedex Ground tracking information when shipped. Questions? Please feel free to call 212-627-5909 or email to contact@scottandnix.com.


The Massachusetts Breeding Bird Atlas 2 is also available as an eBook at iTunes: Click here.


 

Matching the Hatch
Matching the Hatch

The Mayfly Guide
The Mayfly Guide

Mystery Science!
Artedi

“Eighteenth-century contemporaries saw only a tragic accident when the promising ichthyologist Peter Artedi himself joined the fishes as he tumbled to his 1735 death in an Amsterdam canal. But in this fascinating and impeccably researched novel, Pietsch opens a more sinister possibility…” Read more >


Trout Cards
The Sunfish Poster

Illustrated by Joe Tomelleri. Seventeen types of sunfishes by master illustrator Joseph R. Tomelleri are reproduced here all in relative scale. Learn more >


Brook Trout Poster
God’s Lake Brook Trout

The Brook trout is a touchstone fish for many anglers. Some flyrodders think of little 6-inch fish from a cold mountain stream in Virginia... Read more >


Brook Trout Poster
The Mighty Striped Bass

The chatter begins weeks before they arrive. Schedules are rearranged. Plans are made. Weather: check. Tides: check. Gear: check. Men will risk their lives on wave-crashed jetties or by piloting small boats in massive heave for a shot at catching one. And no wonder, a tight line with a hefty striped bass at the end of it is an electric experience.

Right now along the Mid-Atlantic Coast, large migratory populations of striped bass have made the last leg in their journey to the south. Schools of adult stripers have traveled throughout the fall from summer feeding areas along coastal Maine and Massachusetts to spend the winter in warmer waters off the coast of the Carolinas. In vast numbers, they followed schools of alewives, shiners, menhaden, herring, and silversides, and other prey species to fatten up for the push south. Read more >

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