A Field Guide to the Birds of South-East Asia
This field guide to the birds of South-East Asia details the identification, voice, breeding, status, habitat and distribution of the 1250 species and distinctive sub-species of the region covering Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, West Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.
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Adult breeding Adult non-breeding Annam Asia Common resident Asia Scarce Asia Uncommon BABBLER band bars behaviour Broadleaved evergreen belly bill blackish blue broad broader end Broadleaved evergreen forest browner buff buffish Cambodia chestnut China Cochinchina crest dark brown darker diagnostic dull duller ear-coverts Eggs eyering fairly common Female flight feathers forehead fringes grey greyer greyish greyish-brown habitat & behaviour habitat Broadleaved evergreen head-sides high-pitched identification India Indian subcontinent Laos legs and feet mantle Monotypic mosdy Myanmar narrow neck Nepal Nest notes NW Thailand Pakistan pale Palearctic paler patch Peninsular Malaysia Plate plumage range & status Resident subject rufescent rufous rufous-chestnut scapulars secondary growth sides of head Singapore status Breeds status Resident streaks subspecies Sumatra supercilium SW China tail Tenasserim tertials Thailand throat and breast Tibet tips Tonkin underparts underwing-coverts upper breast upperparts upperside Ussuriland vent voice Song Wallacea WARBLER whitish wing-coverts wings winter visitor yellow yellowish