Dorling Kindersley Handbook of Birds of the World Scanned PDF

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Dorling Kindersley Handbook of Birds of the World was written by Colin Harrison (deceased doctor who has studied birds more than 50 years), Alan Greensmith (a bird watcher, traveler + bird book collector) and published by Dorling Kindersley (DK Publishing).

In the illustrated form, Birds of the World detailedly introduces world’s 800+ kinds of common birds with their morphological characteristics, ecological habits, nest-site, location of distribution, habitat, etc. It can be regarded as one of the best birds maps and introductory or reference books into the bird world, with more than 1200 elegant and clear full-color bird figures which are informative, easy to find/identify, practical and valuable for collection. However, because it was published in 1993, there is not original HD PDF, we got you its HD Scanned PDF with color pages instead. AppNee dedicates it to people (who enjoy nature, especially like birds) in need!

In addition, thanks to this book’s carefully designed fast index methods, which allows to look up no matter whether you know the bird name or not. For example, when seeing a bird you don’t know, you can contrast to figure out what bird species it belongs to according to its appearance, habitat and behavior characteristics; on the contrary, if already know the bird name, you can use its scientific name or common name to find its species from the book’s index, and then enter its entry, query more related information about it.

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