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Birds of New Guinea

Birds of New Guinea

Bruce M Beehler, Thane K Pratt & Dale A Zimmerman

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Second edition of the first definitive ornithological field guide to New Guinea, the world's second largest island and one of the richest tropical environments in the Old World. Because of its isolation, New Guinea's biota includes spectacular radiations of unusual plants and animals (of which the birds of paradise are perhaps best known). The region has long attracted naturalists, ecologists, and anthropologists. 'The Birds of New Guinea' treats all of the more than 700 species of birds recorded from the region, illustrating most of them in forty-seven fine colour plates and eight black-and-white halftone plates. The text contains species accounts treating identification, distribution, ecology, vocalisations, and behaviour. This is preceded by a detailed introduction to the region, with sections on climate, biogeography, rainforest ecology, and conservation. 528 pages.

Plates and Short Descriptions shown on same spread.Plates and Short Descriptions shown on same spread.
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