- The Stokes Field Guide to Birds of North America
- Molt in North American Birds
- Mariposa Road: The First Butterfly Big Year
- Field Guide to Dragonflies and Damselflies of New Jersey
- Bayshore Summer by Pete Dunne
- Birds of the West Indies by Norman Arlott
- Moths of the North Woods
- Peterson Field Guide to Birds, Revised Editions (field guides to eastern and western birds)
- Birds of Europe: Second Edition
- Crow Planet
In addition to the books I reviewed, I received other review copies of new books from publishers. I still hope to review some of these, but here are some of the more interesting ones in case I do not finish the reviews.
- Parrots of the World, by Joseph M. Forshaw and Frank Knight
- Nightjars, Potoos, Frogmouths, Oilbird, and Owlet-nightjars of the World, by Nigel Cleere
- National Geographic Bird Coloration, by Geoffrey E. Hill
- Birds of Peru: Revised and Updated Edition, by Thomas S. Schulenberg et al.
- Birds of Australia: Eighth Edition, by Ken Simpson and Nicolas Day
- Global Birding: Traveling the World in Search of Birds, by Les Beletsky
- Identifying and Feeding Birds, by Bill Thompson III
These lists are by no means exhaustive, either of bird and nature books that I have seen this year, let alone what has been published. A good way to keep up with the latest bird and nature books is to follow The Birder's Library, which posts links to bird book reviews, and The Birdbooker Report, which covers general nature and science books in addition to bird books.