Sri Lanka RFI

Subject: Sri Lanka RFI
From: "Whittaker, Mark" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 23:46:56 +1000

Am heading off to Sri Lanka on a family holiday. Will only be able to get in
a day or two of dedicated birding so I have baulked at the prospect of
paying $100 for Harrison's "Field Guide to the Birds of Sri Lanka".

I note that there is also available Kazmierczak and van Perlo's "A Field
Guide to the Birds of the Indian Subcontinent", which costs $75. And also
other Indian field guides that include Sri Lankan birds 

I was hoping somebody out there might know something about the two books
and/or others?
Would the $25 saving be a false economy?
Is there a cheap but adequate alternative?

Kind Regards

Mark Whittaker

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