X

Buy Products not in the Philippines

Galleon.PH - Discover, Share, Buy!
Category:
Americas
Bahamas
(Black and White) Birds of the West Indies: A Guide
(Black and White) Birds of the West Indies: A Guide

(Black and White) Birds of the West Indies: A Guide to the species of birds that inhabit the Greater Antilles, Lesser Antilles and Bahama Islands

Product ID : 16482992


Galleon Product ID 16482992
UPC / ISBN 4871876470
Shipping Weight 0.83 lbs
I think this is wrong?
Binding: Paperback
(see available options)
Model
Manufacturer James Bond
Shipping Dimension 7.99 x 5 x 0.63 inches
I think this is wrong?
Author James Bond
Brand James Bond
Number Of Pages 282
Publication Date 2015-05-17
-
2,231

*Used/Collectible item/s available.
*Price and Stocks may change without prior notice
  • 3 Day Return Policy
  • All products are genuine and original
  • Cash On Delivery/Cash Upon Pickup Available

Pay with

(Black and White) Birds of the West Indies: A Guide Features

  • Birds of the West Indies a Guide to the Species of Birds That Inhabit the Greater Antilles Lesser Antilles and Bahama Islands


About (Black And White) Birds Of The West Indies: A Guide

This book is the only complete identification guide to West Indian birds from Grand Bahama Island in the North to Granada in the South – a tropical north avifaunal region which includes such species as the tiny Bee Hummingbird (only 2 ½ inches long), parrots, honey-creepers and toadies. For every species (except vagrants, rare winter visitors or transients, listed on pp. 240-3) there are notes on diagnostic characters, local names, voice, habitat, nidification and range. Eighty are illustrated by Don Eckelberry, 56 by Arthur Singer and 186 Black and White by Earl Poole. This book was enlarged to include Arthur Signer's extra plates and the text has been revised again for this edition. This illustrated guide will be a great boon to professional and amateur even traveler with the most casual interest in birds. Mr. Bond's volume is intended for quick reference and is planned to enable the birds of the West Indian islands to be identified with the minimum of trouble and minimum of description. For purposes of identification the plates in this volume could not be bettered.