Birds of Northern South America: An Identification Guide: Species Accounts

Bloomsbury Publishing, 23.1.2020 - 880 sivua
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This is the first comprehensive identification guide dealing exclusively with the birds of this region.
It covers all the species, including vagrants, found in Ecuador,
Columbia, Venezuela, Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Trinidad and Tobago,
Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. Over 2,300 species are
described in depth in the text, describing geographical variation,
identification, status, habitat, voice and taxonomy. This authoritative
book will not only be an indispensable guide to the visiting birder,
but also a vital tool for those engaged in work to conserve and study
the avifauna of this region, which is of such importance to both the
indigenous species and those which pass through on migration.

A companion to Birds of Northern South America: An Identification Guide - Plates and Maps

Volume 1 and Volume2 available as a shrinkwrapped set: 0 7136 6026 0 £85

'The best field guide ever produced.' Cage & Aviary Birds, June 2007

'An extremely impressive and very valuable contribution to the
literature on neotropical birds and I would certainly recommend it to
anyone interested in the region.' (January 2007)


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Robin Restall is author of Munias and Mannikins (Pica Press)
and is a Research Associate at the Phelps Museum in Caracas; Clemencia
Rodner and Miguel Lentino work at the same museum.

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