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Endemic Birds of Sri Lanka Complete and Unabridged Accounts From a History of the Birds of Ceylon

By: W Vincent Legge(Author), SD Saparamadu(Editor)
183 pages, colour plates, colour illustrations, colour maps
Endemic Birds of Sri Lanka
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  • Endemic Birds of Sri Lanka ISBN: 9789555641272 Hardback Nov 2011 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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The first major work on the birds of Sri Lanka, then Ceylon, was A History of the Birds of Ceylon by Australian Captain Vincent Legge in 1878. He concluded then that there were 47 endemic species of birds in this country. S.D. Saparamadu revisits this classical work and gives complete and unabridged accounts of the endemic species described therein.

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By: W Vincent Legge(Author), SD Saparamadu(Editor)
183 pages, colour plates, colour illustrations, colour maps
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