Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide por Iain Campbell, Sam Woods, Nick Leseberg

Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide por Iain Campbell, Sam Woods, Nick Leseberg

Titulo del libro: Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide

Autor: Iain Campbell, Sam Woods, Nick Leseberg

ISBN: 0691157278

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Review
One of the "Sydney Morning Herald"'s "Australian Writers Pick the Best Books of 2014"


One of the "Sydney Morning Herald"'s "Australian Writers Pick the Best Books of 2014"


One of the "Sydney Morning Herald" s "Australian Writers Pick the Best Books of 2014""

One of the Sydney Morning Herald's "Australian Writers Pick the Best Books of 2014"

"Written primarily for the visiting birder, reading a copy of this book will fire up anyone's desire to get out into the field to see more of our fabulous birds."--Sean Dooley, Australian Bird Life

"A delightfully helpful and compact handbook on Australian birds."--Teo Lee Wei & K, Bird Ecology and Study Group

"This is a very useful addition to the range of books on offer, and given that it includes all of the recently-split species you really need it if you are visiting Australia."--Keith Betton, Nature Travel Network

"This useful guide covers 714 species of birds, illustrated by more than 1,000 photos. . . . This guide will be helpful to visitors to Australia interested in bird watching as well as Australians interested in identifying bird populations."--Choice

"If you prefer a photographic format as your field guide over an illustrated one, then this is the book you should choose for Australia."--Neil Calbrade, BTO News

"This book goes way beyond any guide I've ever seen, the information is in-depth and useful, not to mention that they show the top of the bird's wing and the bottom of it. . . . One-of-a-kind. . . . I wouldn't settle for any other guide!"--Israel Book Review

One of the Sydney Morning Herald's -Australian Writers Pick the Best Books of 2014-

-Written primarily for the visiting birder, reading a copy of this book will fire up anyone's desire to get out into the field to see more of our fabulous birds.---Sean Dooley, Australian Bird Life

-A delightfully helpful and compact handbook on Australian birds.---Teo Lee Wei & K, Bird Ecology and Study Group

-This is a very useful addition to the range of books on offer, and given that it includes all of the recently-split species you really need it if you are visiting Australia.---Keith Betton, Nature Travel Network

-This useful guide covers 714 species of birds, illustrated by more than 1,000 photos. . . . This guide will be helpful to visitors to Australia interested in bird watching as well as Australians interested in identifying bird populations.---Choice

-If you prefer a photographic format as your field guide over an illustrated one, then this is the book you should choose for Australia.---Neil Calbrade, BTO News

-This book goes way beyond any guide I've ever seen, the information is in-depth and useful, not to mention that they show the top of the bird's wing and the bottom of it. . . . One-of-a-kind. . . . I wouldn't settle for any other guide!---Israel Book Review

From the Back Cover

"Birds of Australia is an excellent book. The text is comprehensive, the content is effectively organized and researched, and the scholarship is sound. The photographic plates are of a very high quality."--Peter S. Lansley, senior ecologist, Brett Lane & Associates


Iain Campbell, a native of Australia, is builder of the Tandayapa Bird Lodge in Ecuador and cofounder of Tropical Birding, which leads bird and wildlife tours around the world. Sam Woods and Nick Leseberg are nature guides for Tropical Birding. Campbell and Woods are the authors of Wildlife of Australia (Princeton).