A Photographic Guide to Birds of Sri Lanka
This text is a compact, easy-to-use bird identification guide, suitable for any birdwatcher visiting Sri Lanka. The book features descriptions of 252 species, thumbnail silhouettes for ease of use, up-to-date tips and information on bird biology and behaviour.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Asian Paradise Flycatcher Babbler Barbet beak Bee-eater bill bird birders Black-crested Bulbul breeding plumage Bulbul Cattle Egret Ceylon chestnut cm A common cm Endangered cm Vulnerable coastal areas Colombo colour common bird common migrant Cormorant crest dark distinct Drongo dry lowlands dry zone Egret Endemic Fairly common feathers feeding female flight Flycatcher forest found throughout gardens Greater Sand Plover Green-billed Coucal grey habitats Heron high-pitched higher hills House Crow Immature Indian Intermediate Egret Juvenile Kingfisher Kitulgala legs Little Cormorant Lives in pairs loud lower hills mainly male mid hills National Park neck nest non-breeding numbers occurs Oriental Magpie Robin pale patch perched Pigeon Plover Charadrius plumage Prinia race roosts rufous Sandpiper seen similar Sinharaja small flocks soft song species Sri Lanka Stork streaking supercilium tail Tern throat throughout the island trees uncommon resident unmistakable usually uttered wader wet zone Whiskered Tern whistle wings winter migrant Woodpecker yellow