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Birds of Mongolia

Field / Identification Guide New SPECIAL OFFER
By: Sundev Gombobaatar(Author), Christopher Leahy(Author), Adam Bowley(Illustrator), Anthony Disley(Illustrator), Carl D'Silva(Illustrator), Kim Franklin(Illustrator), John Gale(Illustrator), Alan Harris(Illustrator), Ren Hathway(Illustrator), Dave Nurney(Illustrator), Christopher Schmidt(Illustrator), Brian E Small(Illustrator), Jan Wilczur(Illustrator), Tim Worfolk(Illustrator)
280 pages, 113 plates with colour illustrations; colour distribution maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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Mongolia is a huge landlocked country in the centre of Asia. It encompasses a diverse range of habitats including forests, vast treeless plains, the Altai Mountains and of course the Gobi Desert, and it is becoming an increasingly popular destination for birders. For dozens of steppe species and many others, Mongolia really is the place to go. This new field guide provides full details of every species to be found in the country. Birds of Mongolia, written by Chris Leahy and Gomboo, Mongolia's most famous ornithologist, follows traditional field guide design with plates arranged opposite the text. Detailed maps – a mapping feat never before attempted for Mongolia – accompany the species entries. Birds of Mongolia is an indispensible guide to the country's avifauna; no visiting naturalist can be without it.

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Gombobaatar Sundev is a well-known ornithologist, bird conservationist and mentor in Mongolia. He has been working as a professor at the National University of Mongolia and president of the Mongolian Ornithological Society for more than 20 years. He also leads birding and bird photography tours and expeditions for world-class bird scientists and photographers in Mongolia.

His co-author, Chris Leahy, has been a professional conservationist for more than thirty years, and currently holds the Gerard A. Bertrand Chair of Natural History and Field Ornithology at Massachusetts Audubon. He is also an experienced tour leader and has made many visits to Mongolia.

Field / Identification Guide New SPECIAL OFFER
By: Sundev Gombobaatar(Author), Christopher Leahy(Author), Adam Bowley(Illustrator), Anthony Disley(Illustrator), Carl D'Silva(Illustrator), Kim Franklin(Illustrator), John Gale(Illustrator), Alan Harris(Illustrator), Ren Hathway(Illustrator), Dave Nurney(Illustrator), Christopher Schmidt(Illustrator), Brian E Small(Illustrator), Jan Wilczur(Illustrator), Tim Worfolk(Illustrator)
280 pages, 113 plates with colour illustrations; colour distribution maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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"An important new step for world ornithology"
– Professor Osor Shagdarsuren

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