Birds of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore
Bloomsbury Publishing, 30. nov 2017 - 144 pages
This compact and easy-to-use bird identification guide covers more than 250 species, and each bird description is supported by at least one clear colour photograph. The forests and coastline of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore are home to a fantastic and vast array of birds, and offer many outstanding and easily accessible birdwatching locations, many of which are highlighted in the book's introduction. With easy-to-use thumbnail silhouettes, a regional map showing the best birding localities, up-to-date tips on birdwatching and information on bird biology and behaviour, this guide an invaluable for anyone birdwatching in the region.
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abdomen Adult babblers back and wings BARBET barred bill bird birdwatching blackish blue Borneo Borneo and Java breast and abdomen breeding bright buff BULBUL Call chestnut coastal colour crest crown dark brown darker dull duller eyebrow feeding Female flight feathers flocks FLYCATCHER forehead forest edge Found in forest Found in lowland Found in montane green grey greyish habitats hill forest Himalayas Hornbill Indochina Java Juvenile legs LITTLE EGRET Little Spiderhunter lower storey lowland and hill lowland forest Malay Peninsula Male mangroves middle storey montane forest mudflats neck Occurs from India Occurs throughout olive orange pale paler patch Peninsular Malaysia perched Philippines plantations plumage resident Rhinoceros Hornbill rice fields rufous rump scrub secondary growth secondary vegetation sides of face Singapore singly species Spiderhunter streaks Sulawesi Sumatra Sumatra and Borneo swamps tail feathers tail-coverts Taman Negara throat trees underparts upperparts waders whistle whitish wingbar wings and tail yellow yellowish