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By: Sunjoy Monga and Carl D'Silva
175 pages, 250 col illus
Mumbai and its surrounding hills, forests, lakes and creeks host over a quarter of India's avifauna - more than 350 species of birds that include resident as well as local and winter migrants. Birds of Mumbai is a compact field guide that enables easy identification of over 250 birds, classified under four distinct habitats - Wetlands, Forests, Grass and Scrub, and Urban Areas. A detailed description of the plumage, habits, size, distinguishing calls, as well as distribition and status of each species is supported with Carl D'Silva's fine illustrations in watercolour.
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