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Check-list of birds of the West Indies

James Bond

Check-list of birds of the West Indies

by James Bond

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Published by The Academy of natural sciences of Philadelphia in [n. p.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Indies.
    • Subjects:
    • Birds -- West Indies.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James Bond.
      ContributionsAcademy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL688.A1 B615
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 184 p.
      Number of Pages184
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6416313M
      LC Control Number41007062
      OCLC/WorldCa3184919

      Birds of the West Indies (ISBN ) is a book containing exhaustive coverage of the + species of birds found in the Caribbean Sea, excluding the ABC islands, and Trinidad and Tobago, which are considered bio-geographically as part of South America.. Written by ornithologist James Bond, the book was first published in by the Academy of Natural Sciences as part of the.   BirdsCaribbean just announced its Endemic Birds of the West Indies coloring book: The Caribbean Endemic Bird Festival (CEBF) is just around the corner. This year, much of it will be celebrated virtually, as we continue to experience unusual challenges at this time. Nevertheless, BirdsCaribbean has a special surprise for young (and not so young!) bird.

      Birds of the West Indies by author James Bond an American ornithologist. Birds of the West Indies (ISBN ) is a book containing exhaustive coverage of the + species of birds found in the Caribbean Sea. Written by ornithologist James Bond and first published in by the Academy of Natural Sciences as part of the International.   A list of the birds of the West Indies, including the Bahama Islands and the Greater and Lesser Antilles, excepting the Islands of Tobago and Trinidad Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages:

        The West Indies, stretching from Grand Bahama in the north to Grenada in the south, is home to more than bird species. Birds of the West Indies is the complete guide for identifying all of the diverse birds in these island territories. The guide's 80 vivid color plates are accompanied by succinct text focusing on key field-identification characteristics, and distribution maps for all Brand: Princeton University Press. Princeton Field Guides These books present this information in a compact format carefully designed for easy use in the field. The guides illustrate every species in color and provide detailed information on identification, distribution, and biology. Birds of the West Indies is the first field guide that covers and depicts all birds.


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Check-list of birds of the West Indies by James Bond Download PDF EPUB FB2

The West Indies, stretching from Grand Bahama in the north to Grenada in the south, is home to more than bird species. Birds of the West Indies is the complete guide for identifying all of the diverse birds in these island territories.

The guide's 80 vivid color plates are accompanied by succinct text focusing on key field-identification characteristics, and distribution maps for all Cited by: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bond, James, Check-list of birds of the West Indies.

[Philadelphia] Academy of natural Sciences of Philadelphia,   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Check-list of birds of the West Indies by James Bond; 3 editions; Subjects: Birds; Places: West Indies. : Check-list of North American Birds: The Species of Birds of North America from the Arctic through Panama, Including the West Indies and Hawaiian Islands (): American Ornithologists' Union: Books5/5(1).

About this book. Principal illustrators: Tracy Pedersen and Kristin Williams This is the first identification guide to all birds known to occur in the West Indies, a total of species (including five species now widely considered extinct but with the potential, perhaps, for 're-discovery').

About this book. Covers all species known to occur in the West Indies and uses the plates from the acclaimed Birds of the West Indies by the same authors. It has concise text on facing pages covering all aspects of field identification and is lightweight and easy to use. For serious birders visiting these islands, Birds of the West Indies will undoubtedly prove to be indispensable, even for visits to single islands in the region.

It is compact enough to carry in a small bag, comprehensive in its coverage, easy to use, competently illustrated, and up-to-date. In the course of the research for my book, I discovered that (gasp), the real James Bond was a closet bird-watcher (or he slept with one).

On one of Mary Wickham Bond's notepads for the summer ofI found the list on the left. They were living on.

Descriptions of more than species of birds found in the islands of the West Indies include local names of birds, notes on migrants and winter residents -- as well as birds that breed there -- and voice, habitat, and range information. More than illustrations aid in identification.

From Grand Bahama Island in the north to Grenada in the south, this guide covers a tropical avifaunal region which includes such species as the tiny bee hummingbird, parrots, honey-creepers and todies. For every resident species there are notes on diagnostic characters, local.

A list of the birds of the West Indies, including the Bahama Islands and the Greater and Lesser Antilles, excepting the Islands of Tobago and Trinidad. Cory, Charles B.

(Charles Barney), Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Boston,Estes & Lauriat[c] Subjects. Birds of the West Indies. Having recently been to the West Indies bird watching and bird ringing, I was disappointed at the selection of bird guides available for the region with them all appearing to be reprints of older books, which while serviceable, are definitely in need of updating.

Birds of the West Indies by Herbert A. Raffaele,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(65). Descriptions of more than species of birds found in the islands of the West Indies include local names of birds, notes on migrants and winter residents -- as well as birds that breed there -- and voice, habitat, and range information.

More than illustrations aid in identification.5/5(1). The Birds Of St. Lucia, West Indies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. This article from BirdsCaribbean describes an excellent resource—Complete Checklist of the Birds of the West Indies () along with a PDF of the checklist.

It also provides a complete list of Caribbean endemics. The Caribbean is home to over species of bird, including species that are endemic to the region and found nowhere else in the world. A list of the birds of the West Indies, including the Bahama Islands, and the Greater and Lesser Antilles, excepting the islands of Tobago and Trinidad.

Cory, Charles B. (Charles Barney), Type. Book. Material. Published material. Publication info. Boston,Estes & Lauriat, EditionBook Edition: Rev. This book about West Indies birds is a beautifully illustrated book on birdwatching in the Caribbean.

What we really LIKE is that it is a very easy-to-use field guide, and it’s light-weight too. If you are planning to go birding in the Caribbean, then this is one of those ‘must buy’ books to take with you whether you are an experienced birder or just have an interest in avifauna.

The first edition of Bond's "Birds of the West Indies" () was where Ian Fleming got 's name, according to the real James Bond himself. You can read it online here.

(That's the Cuban Tody on the cover, above.) The original "Birds of the West Indies," by Charles B. Cory (), is also online. A digitized copy from William Brewster's library is here.

Birds of the West Indies is the complete guide for identifying all of the diverse birds in these island territories. The guide's 80 vivid color plates are accompanied by succinct text focusing on key field-identification characteristics, and distribution maps for all species are conveniently located at the back of the guide for handy reference/5(2).

"This book includes all the species from Grand Bahama to Grenada, and it fits in your pocket."—Birder's World "Birds of the West Indies is the perfect companion for birders, wildlife enthusiasts, and holiday-seekers interested in this area of the world."—Ian Paulsen, Birdbooker Report "A compact, lightweight, and very portable paperback which describes a huge number of birds.A Photographic Guide to Birds of the West Indies (Photoguides) by l Flieg and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - A Photographic Guide to Birds of the West Indies Photoguides by Flieg, Mike - AbeBooks.North American Birds; Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology; Ohio Cardinal; Ontario Birds; Oriole; Ornithological Ephemera; Ornithological Monographs; Ornitología Neotropical; Pacific Coast Avifauna; Royal Air Force Ornithological Society Newsletter; Studies in Avian Biology; Texas Ornithological Society; The Adjutant: Journal of the Army.