'nuff said.Eh. There's no use arguing over binders and field guides; whatever the rules are, will be the rules, can't change that. But, isn't that part of the challenge? My mindset is that if it works for you, keep it. If you feel like you're doing well equally relying on a field guide and a binder then all the power to you, same goes for the more binder heavy and guide heavy people too.
I read once that it is better to get a field guide with illustrations rather than actual photos, because a photo could capture the bird in an awkward position that could make the bird more difficult to identify in other pictures.the kaufman guide is good for identification because its got real live pics of the birds next to their descriptions and range
(its got a scarlet tanager on the front)
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