By: Samad Kottur (Author), Asad R Rahmani (Foreword By)
236 pages, colour photos
The Hampi Worid Heritage Site, in the northern state of Karnataka, India, is known the world over for its archaeological grandeur, dramatic natural landscape and rich biodiversity. Its rocky hills, scrub jungle, mighty Tungabhadra river, lakes, irrigation canals and fertile farmlands are home to more than 230 species of resident and migratory birds – making it a great birding destination. It has also been recognized as an Important Bird Area (IBA).
Birds of Hampi is a compact and user friendly pocket guide that helps in easy identification of the regional avian species. Each species is described with illustrations and details of plumage, habitat, breeding season, best place to see etc.
This pocket guide equips beginners as well as expert bird watchers with the regional and local information about the distribution of the avifauna in the Hampi vicinity and also the rest of Hyderabad-Karnataka region. An ideal companion to the birders visiting this area.
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