Field Guide to the Birds of China??

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Subject: Field Guide to the Birds of China??
From: Susan Myers <>
Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2001 11:36:20 +1000
Hi everyone,
The new field guide by MacKinnon and Phillips is a very welcome and long 
overdue resource but unfortunately there are major faults with it - 
descriptions, illustrations, distribution maps etc etc. If you own the book 
and intend to use it, I highly recommend you obtain a copy of Pam 
Rasmussen's book review in the last issue of the Oriental Bird Club 
bulletin. I think it's the December 2000 edition, Vol. 32. If you can't 
find it, drop me a line and I'll mail you a photocopy (I know it's 
available at Birds Australia but don't know about other states).
>If such a reference exists, does anyone know where I might lay my hands on 
one, particularly here in China. I am based in
>Beijing but can have someone purchase it for me in Shanghai if necessary. 
Thanks in advance for any help Ray

Susan Myers
Operations Manager, Birding Worldwide
Level 3, 818 Whitehorse Road
Box Hill VIC 3128
ph. +61 3 9899 9303
fax +61 3 9890 8911

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