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Common Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ananda Banerjee
116 pages, colour photos
Common Birds of the Indian Subcontinent
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This field guide, aimed at beginners and hobbyists alike, contains information on how to begin bird watching, including details of the equipment and strategic locations that offer the best views. The descriptions are accompanied by photographs of over two hundred of the most likely encountered bird species in the Indian subcontinent taken by some of the best photographers in the country. Colloquial references to, and Indian names of the birds are strewn throughout for a local flavour while providing key information on how to identify the birds.

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Ananda Banerjee is a well-known wildlife photographer and a conservationist. His penchant is in black and white photography and close up pictures of the shiest of animals. He is a graphic artist by profession and currently works with India Today.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ananda Banerjee
116 pages, colour photos
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