Bird book for SE Asia

Subject: Bird book for SE Asia
From: David Billinghurst <>
Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2012 19:52:06 +1100
On 9/01/2012 7:31 PM, Allan Richardson wrote:
Hi Jan,

I have the Princeton Guide to the Birds of SE Asia by Craig Robson, who has 
authored a number of books on the region. The guide is comprehensive and well 
set out, but it does not have individual distribution maps for each bird. 
However it does give a written description of distribution and an excellent map 
in the rear cover to refer to. I've not had the pleasure of using it in field 
in SE Asia , but it contains succinct and detailed information accompanying 
excellent drawings for each species. I generally buy my guides from Fishpond, 
see link below to the latest manifestation of this guide by Craig Robson, which 
looks to be very up to date (and at a bargain price to boot):

It is worth comparing prices at

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