A Field Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent
ISBN: 9781472915184 Pages: 352 Size: 152*216 mm Language: English Book Binding: Hardback/ Hardcover Weight: 650 gm.
About The Book
A field Guide to the birds of the Indian subcontinent covers all the bird species found in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, The Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka over 1, 330 species illustrated in full colour, including a few from neighbouring countries which might be expected to occur in the region. 96 colour plates, arranged in familiar peters-based order, illustrating every species and distinct subspecies, as well as female plumages if different, and some juveniles. Concise information on field identification (including voice) with details on habitat, altitudinal range, status and abundance. Over 1, 300 colour distribution maps. Full indexes to both English and scientific names (including alternative names), as well as a 'quick index' To plates by family/group name for easy reference.
About Krys Kazmierczak
Krys Kazmierczak is a British ornithologist with an extensive knowledge of birds and birding in the Indian Subcontinent having lead many bird tours in the region. As well as running his own natural history tour company, Krys has worked as a freelance writer and now edits the image database of the Oriental Bird Club, Oriental Bird Images. He runs the internet discussion groups OrientalBirding and OrientalBirdingPix.