Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan: Together with Those of Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka Volume 6: Cuckoo-Shrikes to Babaxes

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Oxford University Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
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Over the years, the Handbook has established itself as the most comprehensive and reliable reference work on the birds of the Indian subcontinent. Volume 6, first published in 1971, has been thoroughly revised for this second edition. It includes the latest information on distribution and offers expert accounts on eight newly introduced and six recently amalgamated species. Six full-color plates illustrating 103 forms have been specially commissioned for this edition. Students and researchers in ornithology as well as amateur bird lovers will welcome the second edition of a classic.

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Pied FlycatcherShrike Hemipus picatus capitalis Horsfield
ssppicatus Sykes Uggei Whistler
Large Wood Shrike Tephrodornis virgatuspelvica Hodgson

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The late Salim Ali was one of the world's greatest ornithologists.