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A Guide to the Birds of Fiji and Western Polynesia: including American Samoa, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Wallis and Futuna

Field / Identification Guide
World / Checklist
Dick Watling
272 pages, 16 col plates, figs, tabs, maps
Paperback | Dec 2004 | Edition: 2 | #150272 | ISBN: 9829030040
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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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