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A little confusing at first, but easy within a couple of days. Good that text is separate from maps/illustration section.Published 7 months ago by steve
Workable field guide although I found a lot of the pictures leave a lot to be desired as far as accuracy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jonathan D Matthews
We have birded in 4 continents. This book ranks among the best birding guide books.
The illustration is accurate, and is reliable for identifying birds. Read more
This rare book by international environmental expert John Mackinnon is still the best field guide available for birders interested in China. So glad Amazon has copies available.Published 17 months ago by Carol M Fox
Great book -shame about distances , guide and car hire-save your money.Try emei shan ,sichuan ,wolong ,and elseware.Have fun .Published 17 months ago by G R Osborne
We got it for an upcoming trip to China and are putting page numbers on the plate pages that correspond with the information pages and vice versa so it will be easier to use. Read morePublished 22 months ago by B Zimmer
The book was in beautiful condition and arrived in time for my son's B-day and in time for him to take it back to China with him. Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by Renee S Moniot
This is probably the most comprehensive and best guide to the birds of China. But it is not as good as field guides to some other countries. Read morePublished on October 1, 2012 by shawco
Every year we bring university students to China for lengthy field trips, and last year one of the students was an avid birder. Read morePublished on October 9, 2010 by Gail M Rossi