Birds of prey of the Indian subcontinent.

Birds of prey of the Indian subcontinent. Rishad Naoroji.
Birds of prey of the Indian subcontinent.

London: Christopher Helm/A & C Black, 2006. Large octavo, photographs, maps, very good copy in dustwrapper.

A complete guide to the raptors of the Indian subcontinent. Lavishly illustrated with 24 new plates and around 600 photographs, each species is shown in all usual plumage forms, in flight and at rest. The species accounts cover all aspects of field identification, and also include sections on distribution, behaviour, status and population. The Indian subcontinent comprises the countries of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and the Maldives. This region encompasses a great diversity of habitat types and a full range of altitudinal variation, and has a correspondingly large avifauna. The diurnal birds of prey are well represented - 70 species of hawk, buzzard, kite, harrier, eagle, vulture, falcon and falconet are found in the region.

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