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Birds of Sri Lanka

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Deepal Warakagoda(Author), Uditha Hettige(Author), Himesha Warakagoda(Author), Namal Kamalgoda(Photographer), Palitha Antony(Photographer), Sarinda Unamboowe(Photographer), Gehan Rajapakse(Photographer)
224 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Helm
Birds of Sri Lanka
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  • Birds of Sri Lanka ISBN: 9781408110416 Paperback Mar 2022 In stock
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With a rich avifauna that includes 29 endemics, the island of Sri Lanka is one of Asia's most popular birding destinations. A lead title on the Helm Wildlife Guides imprint, Birds of Sri Lanka provides photographic coverage of more than 300 species regularly seen on the island. Concise text for each species includes identification, songs and calls, behaviour, distribution and habitat, and the book is packed with photos, each carefully selected to guide identification. This guide is perfect for nature-loving travellers and birdwatchers visiting this amazing island.

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Biography

Deepal Warakadoda is Sri Lanka's leading ornithologist. A tour leader, photographer and conservationist, Deepal made his name with his stunning 2002 discovery of the Serendib Scops Owl in Sri Lanka's Sinharaja Forest, a species completely new to science – the holy grail for any birdwatcher. Uditha Hettige is a tour leader and photographer, also based in Colombo, and Himesha Warakagoda is a biologist and author. All three have a deep understanding of the birds of Sri Lanka, and a passion for their conservation.

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Deepal Warakagoda(Author), Uditha Hettige(Author), Himesha Warakagoda(Author), Namal Kamalgoda(Photographer), Palitha Antony(Photographer), Sarinda Unamboowe(Photographer), Gehan Rajapakse(Photographer)
224 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Helm
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