Birds of the West Indies Princeton Field Guide
Fully illustrated, easy to use, and completely up-to-date, Birds of the West Indies Princeton Field Guide is the only field guide that covers all of the bird species known to occur in the region.
Author: Herbert Raffaele, James Wiley, Orlando Garrido, Allan Keith, & Janis Raffaele
Illustrator: Primary illustrations by Tracy Pedersen and Kristin Williams, with additional illustrations by Don Radovich, Cynthie Fisher, and Bart Rulon
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Year of Publication: 2003
216 pages, 93 color plates. 181 color maps, 2 line illus.
Birds of the West Indies Princeton Field Guide is the only field guide that covers all of the bird species known to occur in the region–including migrants and infrequently occurring forms. Each species is represented by a full description that includes identification field marks, status and range, habitat, and voice. A map showing the bird’s distribution accompanies many species accounts, and plumages of all species are depicted in ninety-three beautifully rendered color plates.
Bird lovers, vacationing tourists, local residents, and armchair travelers will all want to own this definitive field guide to the birds of the West Indies. It’s fully illustrated, easy to use, and completely up-to-date.
Highly recommended as a companion field guide to birders traveling to Cuba, along with the new 2015 Endemic Birds of Cuba.
- Includes all species recorded in the region
- Features ninety-three color plates with concise text on facing pages for quick reference and easy identification
- Species accounts cover identification, voice, status and habitat, and range
- Color distribution maps
- Very handy pocket size; 6″ x 9″ easily fits in a vest or jacket pocket
|Dimensions||11 × 7 × .75 in|