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Hong Kong Bird Report 2009/10

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Series: Hong Kong Bird Reports Volume: 2009/2010
By: Hong Kong Birdwatching Society (HKBWS)(Author), John A Allcock(Editor), Geoff J Carey(Editor), Gary Chow(Editor), Geoff Welch(Editor)
322 pages, 71 colour photos, b/w illustrations, 1 colour map, tables
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

About half of the Hong Kong Bird Report 2009/10 is taken up with the Systematic List 2009-10 which covers the 430 Category I & II species recorded in Hong Kong during the period with updated taxonomy where necessary. There are reports for 7 new species for Hong Kong. There are papers covering the identification of a Black-throated / Neumann's Thrush hybrid, The status of Bonelli's Eagle in China with special reference to Hong Kong, Vocalisations of an unidentified cuckoo at Tai Mei Tuk and Identification of a vocalising Phylloscopus warbler on Po Toi.

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World / Checklist Report
Series: Hong Kong Bird Reports Volume: 2009/2010
By: Hong Kong Birdwatching Society (HKBWS)(Author), John A Allcock(Editor), Geoff J Carey(Editor), Gary Chow(Editor), Geoff Welch(Editor)
322 pages, 71 colour photos, b/w illustrations, 1 colour map, tables
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