Birds of the West Indies
- written and illustrated by Norman Arlott.
- 1st Princeton ed.
- Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2010.
- Physical description
- 240 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 20 cm.
- Princeton illustrated checklists.
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- Arlott, Norman.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
The West Indies, stretching from Grand Bahama in the north to Grenada in the south, is home to more than 550 bird species. "Birds of the West Indies" is the complete guide for identifying all of the diverse birds in these island territories. The guide's 80 vivid color plates are accompanied by succinct text focusing on key field-identification characteristics, and distribution maps for all species are conveniently located at the back of the guide for handy reference. "Birds of the West Indies" is the perfect companion for birders, wildlife enthusiasts, and holiday-seekers interested in this area of the world. It contains 80 color plates featuring more than 550 bird species. The concise text concentrates on field-identification characteristics. It also includes detailed distribution maps for each species. It is easy-to-use and accessible - the ideal field guide.
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- Publication date
- Princeton illustrated checklists
- Originally published by HarperCollins Publishers.
- 9780691147802 (paperback)
- 0691147809 (paperback)