A Field Guide to the Birds of Borneo, Sumatra, Java, and Bali: The Greater Sunda Islands


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Author:
  • 0= John MacKinnon
  • 1= Karen Phillipps
  • Binding: Paperback
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    EAN: 9780198540342
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    ISBN: 0198540345
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  • Label: Oxford University Press
    Manufacturer: Oxford University Press
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    NumberOfPages: 692
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    PublicationDate: 1993-08-26
    Publisher: Oxford University Press
    Studio: Oxford University Press
    Title: A Field Guide to the Birds of Borneo, Sumatra, Java, and Bali: The Greater Sunda Islands

    Product Description

    The islands of Borneo, Sumatra, Java, and Bali are ecologically one of the richest, most biologically complex areas in the world, sought out by thousands of knowledgeable nature lovers every year for the spectacular variety of wildlife and beautiful vistas. This book provides the first complete identification guides to the birds of this teeming tropical paradise. It gives descriptions of 820 regional species, illustrated in 88 specially commissioned color plates accompanied by notes detailing distinctive features and habitats. Entries cover nomenclature, plumage, markings, voice, global range, distribution and regional status, habits, and diet. The main text gives practical information on where to find many exotic species, citing major birdwatching locations. Introductory chapters discuss habitats, climate, land-use, and conservation concerns. Professional ornithologists and amateur bird watchers alike will find this the indispensable bird guide for eastern Malaysia and western Indonesia for many years to come. It is also an unrivalled source of information for casual travellers and ecotourists.