By: HL Bregulla
294 pages, Col and b/w photos
The first guide to the avifauna of this group of volcanic Melanesian islands (formerly called the New Hebrides). The islands are important as a faunal crossroads where three streams of colonisation of Southwest Pacific birds meet, and this guide illustrates the 121 species known to have occurred here. As well as detailing identification, behaviour, habitat, breeding and distribution, there is also extensive coverage of the islands' avifauna and its conservation, local geography, geology, flora and fauna, and hints for visiting birdwatchers.
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