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Handbook of the birds of India and Pakistan together with those of Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka
1200 species of birds, in 20 orders and numerous families, are known in the Indian subcontinent. This handbook describes their distribution, habits, breeding biology, diet, voice, and other features.
The Marine Toad , Bufo marinus : A Natural History Resume of Native Populations
Zug, George R., and Patricia B. Zug. The Marine Toad, Bufo marinus: A Natural History Resume of Native Populations. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 284, 58 pages, 20 figures, 22 tables,
A Pictorial Guide To The Birds Of The Indian Subcontinent
This unique volume depicts all of the bird species in the Indian subcontinent, systematically organized for easy access and quick reference. The book includes 106 plates, 73 in full color by John
Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan, Vol. 1
There are a number of excellent introductory essays, which amount to a separate book on the geography of Tibet, the history of its ornithological exploration, and the more usual discussion of bird distribution and migration.
Rails of the world : a compilation of new information, 1975-1983 (Aves: Rallidae)
The species accounts of rails are presented, followed by a list of references cited in the accounts, supplemented by uncited works that offer additional specialized information; in combination, this bibliography represents a nine-year survey of the copious rallid literature.