Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

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Christopher Helm, 2011 - 528 pages
'Birds of the Indian Subcontinent' contains details of over 1300 species. Their distribution is shown on maps of the region that range from the Andaman Islands to the Himalayas and colour illustrations are provided for ease of identification.

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I got the book and is really better to use and size is also good.
There are distribution map of every species with its status which is useful to learn.
The weak point of the book is illustration
plate of several species, likewise;Coot, Finfoot, Stork, Gulls, Bulbuls, Woodshrikes, Owls, Coucals and some others.
Similarly, there was not mentioned of some birds as found in Nepal, like, Black headed Ibis.
I am expecting much more information on Internet about birds and updates.
Thank you the entire team of publication and authors.
Regads,
Prakash Chapagain
Chitwan, Nepal
 

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One of the best ever field guides for an Birdwatcher who is a resident of India or coming from other countries for this beautiful activity.
Nice illustrations with maps & description of each species.

About the author (2011)

Richard Grimmett is Head of Conservation at BirdLife International. Carol and Tim Inskipp are freelance wildlife consultants. All three authors are widely travelled in Asia and authors of a series of books on the birds of the region.

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