The Book of Indian Birds
Salim Ali was as active in the field of conservation as he was in Ornithology, He was probably the only person who had travelled to all the obscure regions of the Indian Sub-continent at one time or another of his life and knew the country, its forests andn its birdlife intimately. He lived and worked for the birds of his land, to present these ethereal spirits of the air to his countryment and to the world.
This updated text with currently recognised scientific and common names, and useful new indexes is an invaluable field companion for birdwatchers.
With 64 plates in colour by Carl D'Silva (depicting 538 species) 5 in line and 8 plates of colour photographs.
Thirteenth edition - revised by J. C. Daniel (2002).
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