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Description The best field guide to the birds of the Indian subcontinent is now even better. Newer plates have been added to the second edition and many of the older plates from the previous edition have been repainted.

Weighing slightly more than its predecessor,two things that make the tome a winner among the current crop of field guides to Indian birds is the replacement of the somber grey gri,mett with white backgrounds on the plates, bringing the identifying characteristics of the birds to the fore, kndian well, making the illustrations quite a feast for Books by Richard Grimmett.

Bestsellers in Birds of Asia-Pacific. Birds of Central America Andrew Vallely. Birds of Southeast Asia Craig Robson. Very nicely compiled and improved over the earlier edition. Why do I read this textbook?

Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Its better than the others because of its evenly spread plates,and the trick being you can flip thru pages to stop at a page on which color, size or shape resembles what you have seen. About Help Blog Jobs Welcome to our new website. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The authors subcontiennt included colour plates for quick visual reference.


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About this book This is the second edition of the authors’ groundbreaking Birds of the Indian Subcontinent and covers all the bird species found in India, Pakistian, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and the Grimmeft.

Comprehensive and definitive, this is the indispensable guide for anyone birding in this part of the world. Safe and Secure Payments. Certified BuyerChennai.

Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Other editions – View all Birds of the Indian Subcontinent: Field Guide to the Birds of Nepal is another book by him. Vijeth Shanbhag rated subocntinent it was amazing Apr 11, Carol and Tim Inskipp are freelance wildlife consultants. All three authors are widely travelled in Asia and authors of a series of books on the birds of the region.

Birds of the Indonesian Archipelago. PaperbackSecond Editionpages. Kamal Chanchlani rated it it was amazing Jul 20, Birds of Borneo Susan Myers. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Certified BuyerJabalpur. Altitudinal range could have been included for montane birds, the Himalayan avifauna being a major component.

Birds of Thailand Craig Robson. There is no excuse for such lazy publishing and with a number of other field guides now on the market, the visiting birder has a choice of which to take. Bhushan Astulkar rated it it was amazing Jan 12, I wish What is this book about? Between these far-flung extremities, over species have been recorded within the countries covered: The description are exactly what is needed to spot each bird, and the pictures are very well organized to leaf through them as you go bird watching.


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Birds of the Indian Subcontinent by Richard Grimmett

Birds Of The Indian Subcontinent has information on more than species of birds. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives for any birders who live in or will be traveling to visit India or one of its neighbors. Both local and visiting birders have a lot to look forward to in this guide, but you’d expect nothing less from Princeton University Press.

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