Birds of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire

Birds of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire
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Located in the southern Caribbean off the coast of Venezuela, the islands of Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire are home to a colorful diversity of bird species. Birds of Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire is the first comprehensive field guide to the birds of the region and the ideal companion for identifying the islands' remarkable avian population. This compact and portable book contains close to 1,000 superb color illustrations on 71 color plates and detailed descriptions of every species. Concise text on facing pages highlights key identification features, including voice, habitat, behavior, and status. This field guide is essential for all birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts interested in this part of the world.

First comprehensive field guide to the birds of Aruba, Curaçao, and Bonaire
Complete coverage of the islands' bird species, including residents, migrants, and vagrants
Close to 1,000 illustrations on 71 color plates depicting every species and all major plumages and races
Concise text on facing pages highlights key identification features, including voice, habitat, behavior, and status

Bart de Boer is a Dutch ornithologist. He is the author of Our Birds: Curaçao, Bonaire, Aruba and Our Animals: Curaçao, Bonaire, Aruba. Eric Newton is an amateur ornithologist who resides on Curaçao. Robin Restall is the principal author and sole illustrator of Birds of Northern South America.

Review:

'A must have for those birding the region.' - Ian Paulsen, Birdbooker Report

'This island trio is located just off the coast of South America, but, fascinatingly, the birdlife has a strong West Indian element and includes migrants from the north as well as visitors from the south. (American Redstart, Northern Waterthrush, Ovenbird, and Prothonotary, Blackpoll, and Connecticut warblers occur regularly.) Until this handy book, there was no comprehensive field guide.' - Bird Watching Magazine.

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