|To:||Paul Coopmans <>|
|Subject:||Aus Field Guides (long)|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Mar 2003 11:01:51 +1100|
Simpson and Day has an 'E' next to the bird name to indicate an endemic.
Any comments about the old (early 80s) Pizzey & Doyle?
Also, do any of the field guides state the total range of the bird? As a
first time visitor to Australasia it would be useful for me to know which
of the birds are endemic to Australia (for a number it is easy to figure
out as their depicted range is somewhere near the center or south of the
continent) and which occur more widely. Simpson & Day seems to have no
indication of this, Pizzey & Doyle does (these are the only two I have).
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