By: Martin S Adamian (Author), Daniel Klem, Jr. (Author), Robert Gillmor (Illustrator), Norman Arlott (Illustrator), Hilary Burn (Illustrator), Clive Byers (Illustrator), John Cox (Illustrator), John Davis (Illustrator), John Gale (Illustrator), Martin Hallam (Illustrator), Ian Lewington (Illustrator), Dave Nurney (Illustrator), Chris Rose (Illustrator), Jan Wilczur (Illustrator)
220 pages, 61 plates with colour illustrations; 348 colour distribution maps, b/w line drawings
Language: English with English, Armenian and scientific nomenclature
The first work on the regions birds for 40 years, this book is the most up-to-date field guide for Armenia in particular, and Caucasia in general. Although a small nation, approximately the size of Belgium, Armenia has a rich avifauna, with some 346 species recorded. All are described within the book, with clear and concise text, with the plates facing the text. Distribution maps for the first time reliably document the location of species and their relative abundance.
"[...] one of the world's newest and very best regional field guides [...] no other work offers such effective descriptions of Armenian birds"
- Frank B Gill, National Audubon Society
"[...] the first complete, authoritative, and portable guide to the birds of Transcaucasia [...] .an instant classic"
- Keith Bildstein, Director of Research, Kempton Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association
There are currently no reviews for this product. Be the first to review this product!
Your orders support book donation projects
Such prompt and efficient service is rare nowadays.
Search and browse over 110,000 wildlife and science products
Multi-currency. Secure worldwide shipping
Wildlife, science and conservation since 1985