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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Asia-Pacific

Birds about Delhi A Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: Nikhil Devasar(Author), Rajneesh Suvarna(Author), Carol Inskipp(Foreword By), Tim Inskipp(Foreword By), Martin Kelsey(Contributor), Bill Harvey(Contributor)
312 pages, 800+ colour photos, colour maps
Birds about Delhi
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  • Birds about Delhi ISBN: 9780241316290 Paperback Jan 2018 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

This field guide is the perfect addition to every bird enthusiast's library. It covers over 450 bird species found in Delhi and its surrounding areas. These range from the most common to the rarest of the rare. Birds about Delhi is divided into handy sections, describing each species in detail, accompanied by photographs, annotations and key diagnostic features. Some bird profiles also include behavioural traits to help birders distinguish species. Special feature spreads outline key birding hotspots across the city and the surrounding areas. Two key selling points of this book are two exclusive chapters written by renowned ornithologists Dr Martin Kelsey OBE and Bill Harvey. Dr Kelsey, a warblers expert and Harvey, an authority on pipits, outline the key features on these birds – traditionally very difficult to distinguish, making it easy for all birders to tell apart these almost identical avians.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Nikhil Devasar(Author), Rajneesh Suvarna(Author), Carol Inskipp(Foreword By), Tim Inskipp(Foreword By), Martin Kelsey(Contributor), Bill Harvey(Contributor)
312 pages, 800+ colour photos, colour maps
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