Finding Australian Birds | A Field Guide to Birding Locations
A CSIRO Publication 2014
Author: Tim Dolby and Rohan Clarke
From the eastern rainforests to central deserts, Australia is home to some 900 species of birds. This book covers over 400 Australian bird watching sites conveniently grouped into the best birding areas, from one end of the country to the other.
Includes areas such as Kakadu in the Top End and rocky gorges in the central deserts of the Northern Territory, the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, rainforests distributed along the eastern Australian seaboard, some of the world’s tallest forests in Tasmania, the Flinders Ranges and deserts along the iconic Strzelecki and Birdsville Tracks in South Australia, and the Mallee temperate woodlands and spectacular coastlines in both Victoria and south west Western Australia.
Each chapter begins with a brief description of the location, followed by a section on where to find the birds, which describes specific bird watching sites within the location’s boundaries, and information on accommodation and facilities.
The book also provides a comprehensive ‘Bird Finding Guide’, listing all of Australia’s birds with details on their abundance and where exactly to see them.
- Up-to-date information on over 400 good birding sites in Australia, written by Australians with first hand knowledge of the sites
- An easy to understand travel companion for local and international bird tourists on Australia’s best natural sites such as Kakadu, the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru
- Reference guide for finding birds of Australia.
Number Of Pages: 624
Published: 1st May 2014
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
Dimensions (cm): 21.5 x 14.8
Weight (kg): 1.15
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