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Steve Madge and Phil McGowan
Covering almost 260 species of gamebirds, this book focuses on identification, status and distribution, habitats and geographical variation. Many of these species are both exotic and endangered, some are kept in private aviaries, while others are exploited commercially.
Mark Beaman and Steve Madge
This is the most comprehensive guide to identification of the birds of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East yet published. Its importance for birders within and outside the region is difficult to exaggerate.
Chris Feare, Adrian Craig illustrated by Barry Croucher, Chris Shields and Kamol Komolphalin
A comprehensive illustrated guide to the Old World family of birds in the HELM IDENTIFICATION series. The Indo-Malayan and Afro-tropical varieties are covered, along with the New World immigrants, and the text together with drawings, maps and photographs show aspects of bird behaviour, distribution and natural history.
Carol Inskipp, Tim Inskipp and Richard Grimmett
This book is a major contribution to the ornithology of the Himalayan region. It is the first detailed guide to Bhutan and will prove an invaluable field reference for anyone birdwatching in this beautiful country.
Simon Harrap and David Quinn
This guide covers all 110 of the world's species of tits, nuthatches and creepers. The Parulidae (true tits), Remizidae (penduline tits) and Aegithalidae (long-tailed tits) form the bulk of the book (78 species), with a further 24 species of nuthatch and eight creepers.
Dale Zimmerman and Don Turner
Kenya has an ornithological species list of over 1300, reserves in which to see the birds, and organized tours throughout the country. This guide to seeing birds in Kenya and Northern Tanzania covers every species to have occurred in the regions, and illustrates them all. It covers the essentials of identification and offers information on all the species. The book contains 1000 distribution maps.