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Birding Australia (International Edition) A Directory For Birders

Out of Print
By: Lloyd Nielsen(Author)
160 pages, b/w maps, tables
Birding Australia (International Edition)
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  • Birding Australia (International Edition) Spiralbound Jan 2012 Out of Print #197028
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Updated annually, Birding Australia is a directory offering the most comprehensive and up-to-date snapshot of birds and birding services across Australia. Good birding areas, key species, best time to visit each region, suggested itineraries, regional maps, local birding contacts, birding tours and guides (including pelagic), accommodation and essential information such as climate, travel, driving in the outback, health and safety tips. Birding Australia set the trend when first published in 2002 and continues to do so, offering birders a wealth of relevant information at their fingertips.

The International Edition contains essential information for birders visiting Australia for the first time. The Australian Edition contains additional sections on the island territories: Lord Howe, Norfolk, Macquarie, Heard, Christmas, Cocos Keeling, Torres Strait, plus Ashmore Reef.

Customer Reviews

Out of Print
By: Lloyd Nielsen(Author)
160 pages, b/w maps, tables
Media reviews

"This significant Directory is essential reading for all DIY bird observers, armchair travellers and anyone interested in Australian birding [...] highly recommended."
- The Bird Observer 831-16

"I'm very grateful to Lloyd's listing of me as a guide and I have gained quite a bit of business as a result. Everyone speaks very highly of his guide."
- A leading birding tour operator

"Please send the Australian edition. My sixth visit to Oz and this time visiting Lord Howe and Christmas islands. Having used previous editions to help me find some superb birds and stay at some great places, I have nothing but praise for your book. Thanks!"
- Birder from Somerset, UK

"I've been reading all through your Birding Australia Directory (bought it several months ago). It is among the best books of its type I have ever read. A terrific resource for enjoying Australia's birds, which we are doing."
- Birder from USA

"Can't thank you enough for such wonderful info in your Birding Australia book! And we are grateful for the species checklists too. Decided we needed more than the two I've previously ordered."
- An Australian birder

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