ADVERTISEMENT - Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide (Princeton Univ

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Subject: ADVERTISEMENT - Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide (Princeton University Press)
From: Eoghan Barry <>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:06:47 +0000
The latest addition to the Princeton University Press range of Bird and Natural 
History guides is Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide, by Ian Campbell, 
Sam Woods and Nick Leseberg. We would be very interested in any comments, 
reviews or (hopefully not too many of these) corrections from Birding-Aus 
readers - please post to this list. Readers of Birding-Aus can obtain a 
discount of 20% on orders through the PUP website using this discount code: 
P05950. More details on the book below the link.

Australia is home to a spectacular diversity of birdlife, from parrots and 
penguins to emus and vibrant passerines. Birds of Australia covers all 714 
species of resident birds and regularly occurring migrants and features more 
than 1,100 stunning color photographs, including many photos of subspecies and 
plumage variations never before seen in a field guide. Detailed facing-page 
species accounts describe key identification features such as size, plumage, 
distribution, behavior, and voice. This one-of-a-kind guide also provides 
extensive habitat descriptions with a large number of accompanying photos. The 
text relies on the very latest IOC taxonomy and the distribution maps 
incorporate the most current mapping data, making this the most up-to-date 
guide to Australian birds.

*         Covers all 714 species of resident birds and regularly occurring 

*         Features more than 1,100 stunning color photos

*         Includes facing-page species accounts, habitat descriptions, and 
distribution maps

*         The ideal photographic guide for beginners and seasoned birders alike

Eoghan Barry
Digital Marketing Assistant

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