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Birds of Mongolia

by Sundev Gombobaatar, Axel Braunlich and Sh Boldbaatar Princeton University Press
Pub Date:
08/2019
ISBN:
9780691138824
Format:
Pbk 224 pages
Price:
AU$69.99 NZ$69.56
Product Status: No Australian Rights - We cannot sell you this title
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Birds of Mongolia is the first guide to describe and illustrate all of the country's bird species. This huge landlocked country encompasses a diverse range of habitats, including forests, mountains, vast plains, and the Gobi Desert, and this geographical diversity is mirrored in the country's varied birdlife. Comprehensive, detailed, and user-friendly, Birds of Mongolia features 83 color plates, facing-page species descriptions, and maps. The vibrant illustrations and straightforward text will make this guide the go-to resource for birders, ecotourists, and wildlife enthusiasts interested in the region. The first field guide to all the bird species of Mongolia 83 superb color plates Handy format for easy reference and field use
Sundev Gombobaatar is assistant professor of zoology at the National University of Mongolia, specializing in raptor conservation, and vice president of the Mongolian Ornithological Society. Axel Braunlich has lived and traveled extensively in Mongolia. He is involved with various conservation programs in the country and maintains a Web site on birding in Mongolia at birdsmongolia.blogspot.com.