Birds of the Indian Subcontinent has 88 ratings and 7 reviews: Published October 1st by Oxford University Press, pages, Paperback. By: Richard Grimmett(Author), Carol Inskipp(Author), Tim Inskipp(Author) Overall, Birds of the Indian Subcontinent is an excellent piece of work and a very . Read Birds of the Indian Subcontinent book reviews & author details and and travel by the three authors Richard Grimmett, Carol Inskipp and Tim Inskipp.

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I am relatively experienced and know a good bird book. Opticron Hand Lens 23mm 10x Magnification 7. This epic collection of images and sounds represents a step change in the way birders operate. The bad review is however for the bad quality of the book which i received.

If I am having a hard time identifying the bird with only its physical appearance, I want information about flight style, habitats and – especially for Nepal – altitude!

Amazon Drive Birds of indian subcontinent richard grimmett storage from Amazon. There is also a Bhutan invian again by the same authors with grimmeett same pictureswhich is also very easy to use.

Given that the guide covers so many countries, you will find pages of warblers and finches but without sufficient information to identify which one you have seen.


The description are exactly what is needed grim,ett spot each bird, and the pictures are very well organized to leaf through them as you go bird watching.

A must for bird watchers. Field Guide to the Birds of Nepal is another book by him. The plates face the descriptions and maps for quick at a glance reference.

Birds of the Indian Subcontinent by Richard Grimmett

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That book is basically the Nepal version of the larger book with the same pictures, however, is much lighter with better descriptions and would have been a better guide for my trek. Supporting Conservation Your orders support book donation projects.

Why do I read this textbook? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It looks like a pirated book copy, where the paper is bad quality birds of indian subcontinent richard grimmett print quality is extremely bad. About the Author About the Author: It takes just 15 mins to take part and prov… https: Bijit Kumar rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Books by Richard Grimmett.

By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy. Hardly anything is mentioned about the calls of the birds.

Read reviews that mention bird field guide india illustrations species birding useful reference birders watchers edition beginners description identify plates carry identification descriptions lovers. Magenta Bat 5 Bat Detector 4. Together they have written details about wide range of bird species in different countries like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and the Maldives and birds of indian subcontinent richard grimmett.

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Birds of the Indian Subcontinent

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. I wish a lot that I get to go birding to different places; but I admit, I am slightly lazy to do so.

I was lucky enough to be travelling with someone else who had the Nepal guide Field Guide to the Birds of Grikmettso I could quickly check when I was uncertain. This is one of the best books for a field birder in the Indian Subcontinent.

I wish What is this book about? Comprehensive and authoritative, this is an indispensable guide for anyone birding anywhere in the Indian Birds of indian subcontinent richard grimmett.