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A Photographic Guide to the Birds of India And the Indian Subcontinent, Including Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka & the Maldives

By: Bikram Grewal(Author), Bill Harvey(Author), Otto Pfister(Author)
512 pages, 850 colour photos, 800 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Timeless Books
A Photographic Guide to the Birds of India
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Please note: this book was originally published in Europe by Christopher Helm, although that edition is now out of print.

Covers 800 species found in the Indian subcontinent, described and illustrated with a photograph and a distribution map. Introductory sections contain general information of use to visiting birders, such as the biogeography of the region, advice on timing of visits, and a brief gazetteer.

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Biography

Bikram Grewal is a well known author and publisher, based in New Delhi. He has previously written two guides to Indian birds and is working on a guide to Indian mammals.

Bill Harvey is a retired diplomat now resident in India. he is the author of Birds in Bangladesh.

Otto Pfister is a freelance ornithologist & photographer who is currently working on a book on the birds of Bangladesh.

By: Bikram Grewal(Author), Bill Harvey(Author), Otto Pfister(Author)
512 pages, 850 colour photos, 800 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Timeless Books
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