color plates. This new field guide is based on the authors’ groundbreaking Birds of the Indian Subcontinent () and covers all the bird species found in. Birds of the Indian Subcontinent: : Carol Inskipp, Richard Grimmett, Tim Inskipp: Books. Birds of the Indian Subcontinent has 93 ratings and 8 reviews: Published October 1st by Oxford University Press, pages, Paperback.
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Birds of India : Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives – Second Edition
Thoroughly revised, with 73 new plates and many others updated or repainted, the second edition of Birds of India now features all maps and text opposite the plates for quicker and easier reference.
Newly identified species have been added, the text has been extensively revised, and all the maps are new. Comprehensive and definitive, this is the indispensable guide for anyone birding in this part of the world.
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Both local and visiting birders have a lot to look forward to in this guide, but you’d expect nothing less from Princeton University Press. There are only a few options for those wishing to bird India, they’re certainly fortunate that the one that’s available is of such uniformly high quality. I give Birds of India 4. Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives for any birders who live in or will be traveling to visit India or one of its neighbors.
My next backpacking trip will hopefully be the Indian subcontinent and the Birds of India will certainly be the first item packed. I haven’t made it yet, but if I ever get to go, this book will be in my suitcase, even if something else has to be left out.
Birds of the Indian Subcontinent
Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives, you will benefit enormously from this second edition Comprehensive and authoritative, this is an indispensable guide for anyone birding anywhere in the Indian Subcontinent.
It will also follow someone around by fitting into a rucksack or a large pocket. I thoroughly recommend this and can’t wait to get back to the sub-continent for it to help me fill some gaps in my lists! Carol Inskipp and Tim Inskipp are freelance wildlife consultants.
The authors have traveled widely undian Asia and together written a series of books on the continent’s birds. Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.