Birds of Southern Africa: Fifth Revised Edition

Birds of Southern Africa

Fifth Revised Edition
 
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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ISBN13:9780691248493
ISBN10:0691248494
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:488 pages
Size:209x149 mm
Language:English
Illustrations: 2,980 color + 7 b/w illus. 982 maps.
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A substantially revised and expanded new edition of the bestselling standard field guide for southern Africa, now with a dedicated app providing access to vocalizations

Now in its fifth edition, Birds of Southern Africa has been brought fully up to date by its expert authors and greatly enhanced with a wide range of new information and features. Providing comprehensive coverage of the bird life of South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and southern Mozambique, this comprehensive book is sure to maintain its place as one of Africa?s most trusted field guides.

This fifth edition offers:

  • New ?bird-call? feature?access calls by scanning QR codes in the guide with a free downloadable app
  • More than 800 new illustrations, including all-new plates for raptors and seabirds
  • Comprehensive coverage of southern Africa?s birds, including the latest species records
  • Redesigned plates noting identification features
  • Calendar bars depicting species? occurrence and breeding periods
  • Fully updated species accounts and distribution maps
  • Fresh contributions from new authors and illustrators
  • Alphabetical and illustrated quick references to bird groups