Re: SE Asia Guide to borrow?

Subject: Re: SE Asia Guide to borrow?
From: Nathan Ruser <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 09:42:10 +1000
I got my SE Asia book second hand from Amazon.... It was Robsons (off
memory) guide to SE Asia, unfortunatly it doesn't have Distribution maps and
covers all SE Asia, so  there will be birds that have been recorded once in
Singapore or Myanmarr. What I have done (I'm going to Thailand) Is to circle
the number of the bird that you have a chance of seeing, then right the
chances (Scarce, or Common, or Locally Common). But to do that you need to
get your own book ;)


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