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The color plates and descriptions in this field guide are great, but there are no range maps.
Still, it may well be the only choice and the plates are good, except for 59 and 60, which seem to be by a different artist and 62, which is mostly not in colour.
This edition is the first quality guide to the birds of Southeast Asia that is easily portable.
I bought this book for our daughter who lives in Bali Indonesia. She really liked it as it had many of the birds
surrounding their home. Read more
I spent a week birding in Cambodia, and this was a great guide for the country. As others have mentioned, the guide does not have distribution maps, which can make it difficult to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patrick Blake
The work is for all practical and technical purposes well done and concise. A number of the plates, however, do lack detail and color rendition is in some cases comes up very... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Paul M Radley
low quality of pictures with colours not real... you can see real birds really different from how they are rapresented in the bookPublished 17 months ago by Delle Sedie Andrea
This guide is a condensed version of A Field Guide to the Birds of Southeast Asia and covers a large area from the tip of the Malay Peninsula north through Thailand, Cambodia,... Read morePublished on October 11, 2012 by Mike "Madbirder" Nelson
This book is proving invaluable as a reference guide to the various Bird species in Asia, a very good buy.Published on May 29, 2012 by Beegee
Those who denigrate this guide because it lacks range maps are making too much fuss. You can't cover 1270 species with excellent illustrations AND include a readable range map of... Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by Charles G. Bragg Jr.
Lack of range maps makes this book seriously deficient as a useful guide for visitors to the region. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by DavidS