Birds of Cuba
Orlando Garrido & Arturo Kirkconnell
Information to identify all species recorded in Cuba. 354 species illustrated in colour, including 21 endemics. 51 colour plates with 662 images illustrating male, female and juvenile plumages. Concise text covers identification, range, status, habitat, voice and food. Introduction includes information on birdwatching and conservation in Cuba.
"Cuba is the largest and, arguably, ornithologically most interesting of the Caribbean islands. This guide, the first to comprehensively tackle the identification, status and range of all birds found in the archipelago, will be welcomed by aficionados of this stunning country; that it is the product of an all-Cuban team is a double triumph."
- Guy M. Kirwan, Managing Editor of Cotinga (Journal of the Neotropical Bird Club)
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