Series: Gibbon Pocket Guides
By: Anwaruddin Choudhury (Author)
160 pages, 63 colour photos and colour illustrations, 60 b/w illustrations, 24 b/w maps
The Indian state of Meghalaya has more than 600 species of birds, with 25 globally threatened, 17 near-threatened, and nine restricted-range species. A Pocket Guide to the Birds of Meghalaya is the first such book for the state. It contains a current status report on some select species and an up-to-date checklist. The text is supported by some illustrations and an exhaustive bibliography is included.
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