The 2nd edition of the Napa-Solano Audubon's beautiful coffee table book, Breeding Birds of Solano County, includes the latest taxonomy and conservation status updates, modifications, and some minor corrections, as well as the original descriptions and stunning photographs. It describes current and historical distribution, habitat, conservation and population trends and includes an introduction to the biogeography of Solano County, as well as individual maps for every breeding species. The book begins with a carefully researched and illustrated section on the geography and habitat types within Solano County. This is followed by a larger section describing all the nesting bird species. One page is dedicated to each species, with a detailed county map showing breeding locations, interpretive text, and beautiful original color photographs by local photographers. After more than six years of preparation and extensive field work, this book is the culmination of our Solano Breeding Bird Atlas project and the definitive resource on the nesting birds of Solano County. Much more than just a landmark scientific publication, this is a true work of art: A hard cover book with the finest possible paper and materials, a professional layout and design, and hundreds of high-quality color photos.