• autumn birds bundle
  • waders
  • Park and garden birds
  • Ducks geese and swans

Autumn birds

Autumn wildlife bundle

After the quiet of late summer, September and October mark a turning point in the birdwatching year. Garden birds come out of hiding, ducks, geese and swans are on the move, and winter migrants are returning. So we’ve chosen 3 WildID fold-out guides featuring over 100 birds for you to spot at theis exciting time.

Waders guide

Brand new for autumn 2023, a guide to watching waders in the real world. Waders are a distinctive group of birds with long bills and legs. They are often seen at the edge of shallow water and mud, both at the coast and inland. Our guide covers 28 waders from Britain and Ireland, from avocet and curlew to turnstone and whimbrel. Colour illustrations show both standing birds and birds in-flight. There is a fast identification key and silhouettes of each bird. Bill length, body size and bill curvature are used to quickly narrow down the species options. Additional notes help with difficult species groups, such as godwits and sandpipers.

Park and garden birds guide

Is that a chaffinch, greenfinch or bullfinch at the bird feeder? Can you tell apart a song thrush from a mistle thrush? Covering the top 50 birds seen in parks and gardens, including ponds and rivers. Designed for speedy bird identification with living birds in the garden, the guide features beautiful colour paintings by Chris Shields. Plus there is accompanying guidance on body size, food, key identification features and conservation status.

Ducks, geese and swans guide

Visiting a wetland reserve? Covering all 32 wild waterfowl in Britain including dabbling ducks, diving ducks, sawbills, swans and wild geese. Designed for use outside, this laminated fold-out guide features beautiful colour paintings by leading bird artist Mike Langman. For rapid identification, we have grouped the paintings by dabbling ducks, diving ducks, sawbills, swans and geese. Also included are different forms for males, females and juveniles where appropriate.