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A Naturalist's Guide to the Birds of Singapore

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By: Yong Ding Li(Author), Lim Kim Chuah(Author), Lee Tiah Khee(Illustrator), Francis Yap(Contributor), Con Foley(Contributor)
176 pages, 300 colour photos, 1 colour map
A Naturalist's Guide to the Birds of Singapore
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Language: English with English, simplified Chinese, Malay and scientific nomenclature

This fully revised and updated identification guide to 280 bird species, including all resident and regular migratory species, occurring in Singapore is perfect for resident and visitor alike. High quality photographs from Singapore's top nature photographers are accompanied by detailed species descriptions, which include common and scientific plus Chinese and Malay names, size, distribution, habits and habitat. The user-friendly introduction covers geography and climate, vegetation, opportunities for naturalists and the main sites for viewing the listed species. Also included is an all-important checklist of all of the birds of Singapore encompassing, for each species, its common and scientific name, and IUCN status as of 2017.

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Yong Ding Li is vice-chair of the Southeast Asian Biodiversity Society and committee member of the Nature Society (Singapore)'s bird group. He is currently pursuing a PhD in biodiversity conservation at the Australian National University. Ding Li has extensive field experience in Singapore and across Asia, and has published many research papers on birds, conservation and ecology. He also advises the IUCN SSC on Southeast Asian birds.

Lim Kim Chuah is committee member of the Nature Society (Singapore)'s bird group and one of the most experienced birdwatchers in Singapore, with over 30 years of field experience in the country and across Asia. He has written many papers and books on Singapore's bird fauna.

Lead photographer Lee Tiah Khee is a professional with over 25 years ofexperience. He is one of Singapore's top nature photographers and has won numerous accolades, including the Singapore International Photography award and the prestigious Young Artist Award in Photography in 1992. His work has been published in many magazines and books

Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist
By: Yong Ding Li(Author), Lim Kim Chuah(Author), Lee Tiah Khee(Illustrator), Francis Yap(Contributor), Con Foley(Contributor)
176 pages, 300 colour photos, 1 colour map
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"A great little pocket guide for anyone travelling to, or through, Singapore. Each species has a brief description and is accompanied with one image, usually (although not always) of an adult male. Birders will probably not find this comprehensive or thorough enough, but would be great for business travellers, or those with a casual interest in the stunning birds of the region."
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"[...] The book has a familiar layout: introductory chapters covering geography, climate and habitats, and detailed accounts of 11 sites recommended for watching animals. Recent efforts to document the pelagic avifauna is bearing fruit, more species being added to the already impressively long bird list of 380 species. There are accounts, accompanied by small but high-quality photographs, of 280 commonly seen bird species, each giving a description of the species, a summary of its distribution and habitats, sites where it is most likely to be seen, and its national conservation status. For a handful of sexually dimorphic species, males and females are depicted separately, and only for Brown Wood Owl Strix leptogrammica do we get to see the juvenile (which looks like a different species). Overall, this little book is a very useful guide when visiting the island nation."

- Vincent Nijman, Ibis 156, 2014

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