|To:||"David McDonald (Personal)" <>|
|Subject:||The compact Australian bird guide|
|From:||Kim Farley via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Mon, 15 Aug 2022 08:51:17 +0000|
I totally agree with you about hard copy field guides. Photos, as in Merlin for example, do not always show the subtleties of plumage, given angles and light variations. I love browsing a good field guide and Menkhorst et al is superb. Great pics and great info that complements the other guides, notably Pizzey. I use the Pizzey app virtually every day when I am birding and keep the paper Menkhorst field guide in the vehicle. Basically, I will devour all info I can about the birds I am seeing or looking for. And of course that includes eBird as well - which is increasingly useful when travelling.
I must check out the new compact Menkhorst when I get home from my travels (I am currently in Darwin).
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