Thailand field guides-Laurie Living

To: Russell Woodford <>, "'BIRDING-AUS'" <>, "Shirley Cameron" <>, Laurie Living <>
Subject: Thailand field guides-Laurie Living
From: Laurie Living <>
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 20:14:15 +1100
Hi Shirley

Enjoy your jottings from Werribbee.

Robert's suggestion [Robson-Birds of Thailand ] is good.

His other guide-The Birds of South-East Asia is also excellent, covering more countries and in greater species detail]

These should be available from BA, BOCA or Andrew Isles.

I also use a number of other guides.

The Birds of Thailand-Lekagul and Round. Thai input. Great guide.

Last time I was in Thailand [2005] [lucky enough to be heading there again in March] this was out of print. If you can find a copy or two in OZ they could be quite valuable in Thailand. Well worth having with Robson.

Laurie Living

Russell Woodford wrote:

From: "Shirley Cameron" <>
Date: 26 February 2007 11:01:53 AM
To: <>
Subject: Thailand
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My brother Don & Rhonda Jennings are going on a birding trip to Thailkand and are having difficulties in obtained a feild guide. Can anyone assist with information or even a second-hand book, please.

Shirley Cameron
03  9741 2997

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