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Author Ranjit Manakadan, J.C. Daniel, Nikhil Bhopale
Format Paperback
Language English

Birds of the Indian Subcontinent: A Field Guide

This book is a revised edition of a pictorial guide to the birds of the Indian subcontinent first published in 1983. The book deals with the birds of the Indian Subcontinent–India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, including the islands of Andaman and Nicobars, Lakshadweep, and Maldives and not includes Afghanistan and the Chagos Archipelago. The main part of the book is taken up by bird topography and complemented by 112 plates containing illustrations of 1251 species to describe how their family/species perceived in the society. Additional notes of over 100 definite species are also provided to add special flavour to the reader. The Guide contains species descriptions to aid field identification, as there are quite a few bird species where a pictorial representation is not sufficient, especially to identify similar looking birds. The brief descriptions of the species have been added to enable quick identification, except for species where more detailing is required.

The detailed indices–of group and stand-alone names, common names, and scientific names of the birds of the Indian Subcontinent–would be of immense help to the serious scholars and researcher of birds of the Indian Subcontinent.

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