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A Field Guide to the Birds of Mongolia

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By: Dorj Ganbold(Author), Chris Smith(Author)
352 pages, 154 plates with colour illustrations; colour distribution maps
A Field Guide to the Birds of Mongolia
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A fully comprehensive illustrated field guide covering the 512 species of bird recorded in Mongolia, including all vagrants and every local subspecies. The plates include detailed range maps, and illustrations of all ages and sexes of the species (both flying and sitting).

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Dorj Ganbold has been an avian researcher in Mongolia for four years, working for many international bird projects. Chris Smith has a Masters degree in Wildlife Conservation and Management from Humboldt State University, and has led over 25 bird-related research projects all over the world. Currently, as a professor, he leads natural history and ornithology classes.

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352 pages, 154 plates with colour illustrations; colour distribution maps
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