The Field Guide to the Birds of Australia

The Field Guide to the Birds of Australia

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Description

Recommended iconThe Field Guide to the Birds of Australia  a definitive and most respected guide to Australian bird identification.

This book is a must for both experts and amateurs.

First published in 1980, Graham Pizzey’s Field Guide to the Birds of Australia combines a depth and breadth of knowledge with beautiful, full-colour illustrations by Frank Knight.

Comprehensive and fully updated, this 9th edition of the Guide is more user-friendly than ever before. Species entries have been re-ordered and updated to reflect the new taxonomy, and the book has been expanded to include eighteen new species as well as a new section on vagrant species. It also features new information on bird family groups, more than 750 distribution maps based on the most recent bird atlas data, as well as a new Quick Find Index, to assist with quick identification of birds in the field.

This is the essential reference for every bird enthusiast or bird photographer.

About the Author

Graham Pizzey, who died in 2001, was a member of the Order of Australia and an Honorary Associate in Ornithology at the Museum of Victoria. He was also a council member of the Australian Conservation Foundation and of Birds Australia (the Royal Australasian Ornithologists’ Union).

ISBN: 9780732291938
ISBN-10: 0732291933
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 624
Published: 1st September 2012
Publisher: HARPERCOLLINS UK
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 15.8  x 3.4
Weight (kg): 1.23

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1 review for The Field Guide to the Birds of Australia

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paul M

    I have used these books for identifying birds for years. This addition has even more birds than before. I recommend this book for anyone that wants to know what bird they see or just to learn more about Australian birds.

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