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A Pictorial Field Guide to Birds of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Bikram Grewal (Author) Sumit Sen (Author) Sarwandeep Singh (Author) Nikhil Devasar (Author) Garima Bhatia (Author)

Birds of India covers over 1,300 species and distinct sub-species of birds found in the Indian subcontinent. It contains over 4,000 colour photographs including depictions of flight, plumage, hunting style and much more. Many of the photographs in this comprehensive field guide appear for the first time, and have been carefully selected to showcase the most important features of each species. The text provides vital and new information on voice and habits of each species. The distribution maps are accompanied by notes on status and density. This book will enable accurate field identification in one of the world’s most diverse avifaunal regions. An indispensable guide for all bird lovers.

Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Descriptive text. 3. Vagrants and doubtful species. 4. Acknowledgements. 5. Bibliography. 6. Descriptive parts of a bird. 7. A glossary of ornithological terms. 8. Checklist: birds of the Indian subcontinent. Index.

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About the author

Nikhil Devasar

Nikhil Devasar is a Delhi-based photographyer specializing in wildlife. He runs the Delhi Bird Club, the largest birding network in India. He has co-authored the Atlas of the Birds of Delhi and Haryana. A professional wildlife guide, he leads tours throughtout India. His photographs have appeared in several books and journals.

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Bibliographic information

Title A Pictorial Field Guide to Birds of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh
Format Softcover
Date published: 28.11.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789380070223
length 792p., 3 Maps; 4000 Colour Photographs