Rosemary Royle <>
Bird book for SE Asia
Carl Clifford <>
Mon, 9 Jan 2012 22:02:40 +1100
I think Craig Robson had to stop somewhere, as SE Asia stretches from
eastern India to Papua and north to the Philippines. I don't think I
would like to lug around a field guide that covers the whole of the
region. It would be nice to have one in the book case though. It would
certainly make a lot more room in it.
On 09/01/2012, at 8:36 PM, Rosemary Royle wrote:
re Robson - Birds of South East Asia - I bought this book in the UK
from Amazon for £11.39 in Jan 2011 but it was published by New Holland
and has a yellow cover. Looking inside the cover I see it is the 2007
edition. The lack of maps is an irritant but the distribution
information is all there in the text.
Note that if you are going to Malaysia, as we were, this book does not
It would certainly be worth checking that whichever publisher /
retailer you by it from that you get the latest (2009) edition.
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