Birds of Venezuela

Christopher Helm, 2003 - 878 páginas
Birds of Venezuela is a field handbook covering one of the most bird-rich countries in the world. Over 1300 species are described and illustrated in this book, which is a completely reworked new edition of the classic Princeton title A Guide to the Birds of Venezuela, first published in 1978. The text of that book has been replaced with a fully updated, brand new text by a new author. Of the 67 plates, 27 are completely new, and the book as a whole is over twice the length of its predecessor. Unlike the earlier title, this guide includes an accurate distribution map for every species, using shading for wide-ranging species and locality dots for rarer birds. This book is set to become the standard field guide to this exciting country, and a worthy successor to the popular but now out-dated and unavailable Princeton title.

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Steve Hilty is a keen and experienced field birder who has led numerous birding tours In various south American countries. He was the senior author of Birds of Colombia

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