By: Dick Watling
272 pages, 16 col plates, figs, tabs, maps
Completely revised and reformatted edition of the widely acclaimed Birds of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa written by the same author in 1982, and now out-of-print. It contains detailed species accounts for the 173 species with confirmed records in the region and notes on a further 22 species with unconfirmed records. Every breeding bird and regular migrant is illustrated on 16 colour plates and the guide has a detailed distributional coverage of the region's birds and an up-to-date checklist for each of the countries covered. Discusses conservation, with the current status of the region's avifauna, past and present threats, and priority conservation needs.
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