Birds of Southeast Asia

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Princeton University Press, 2005 - Nature - 304 pages
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This concise, updated edition of the award-winning A Guide to the Birds of Southeast Asia (Princeton, 2000) is the most comprehensive, compact guide to this magnificent bird-rich region. It is a complete field and reference guide to the birds of Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. It also covers a wide range of species found in the Indian subcontinent, China, Taiwan, Sumatra, Java, Bali, Borneo, and the Philippines.



  • More than 140 full-color plates

  • All 1,270 species covered in detail

  • Up-to-date text covers the identification, voice, habitat, behavior, and range of all the region's species and distinctive subspecies

  • Complete coverage of some fifteen Southeast Asian countries and regions

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Craig Robson, a world-renowned expert on Asian birds, was a founding member of the Oriental Bird Club in the UK and has served on its various committees. He leads tours for Birdquest, one of Europe's premier bird tour companies.

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