Thank you Catmoon; but I do lament dropping into college so briefly
Are there really distinct electric versus magnetic fields? Unless you mean the natural lodestone field versus one induced by a current?
The simplest way to look at it is, yes, there are. When you unload the laundry, and your socks stick to your sweater, your are feeling the stickiness of electrostatic attraction. When you peel a magnet off the fridge, yor are feeling the stickiness of magnetic attraction.
Things get a bit trickier when things start moving. Accelerating charges give rise to magnetic fields and accelerating magnets give rise to electric fields, so they are intimately interactive. In free space, the collapse of an electric field gives rise to a magnetic field, which in turn collapses and gives rise to a new electric field. These effects propagate rapidly, and depending on the frequency, are called light, radio, microwaves, X rays, gamma radiation and so on. All are propagating electromagnetic fields, perfectly described by Maxwell's equations so long as you stay clear of quantum effects.