For any bird watcher or bird lover, this is a great guide book that illustrates and tells about all kinds of birds found in the wild. Birds, Illustrated by Color Photography started in 1897. In 1898 it changed name to Birds and All Nature; in 1900 (Volume 8) it changed name again, to Nature and Art; and finally in 1905 to Birds and Nature, starting a new series (at Volume 1). Birds, Illustrated by Color Photography, Vol. 1, No. 5 contents: PREFACE, NESTING TIME, NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN, THE MOTTLED OR “SCREECH” OWL, THE ORCHARD ORIOLE, THE MARSH HAWK, CHICKADEE, THE SCISSOR-TAILED FLYCATCHER, THE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE, PROTHONOTARY YELLOW WARBLERS, THE PROTHONOTARY, OR GOLDEN SWAMP WARBLER, THE INDIGO BUNTING, THE NIGHT HAWK, THE WOOD THRUSH, THE AMERICAN CATBIRD, THE CATBIRD, Amateur Photography.