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Old 26-06-09, 10:54 AM
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Dear Friends,

I want to know which books to buy from below book.

1) Birding Sites Around Perth by Ron Van Delft
2) Odd Birds by Teresa Domnauer
3) Garden Birds
4) Birds (Discovery) by David Alderton

Please suggest me.

Thanks in Advance
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Old 26-06-09, 02:29 PM
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OK, I'll answer this in good faith as I can't quite see where you're coming from.

1) Birding Sites Around Perth by Ron Van Delft
Buy this one only if you are going to go on a birding trip to Perth in Western Australia. Perhaps Clydebirder has a copy he bought in error!

2) Odd Birds by Teresa Domnauer
Great if you're currently attending Kindergarten or Pre-school! ...or for a present for someone who is.

3) Garden Birds
A bit of an open brief here! I've picked the Collins Gem version which is really good if not a bit basic.

4) Birds (Discovery) by David Alderton
I think this is a children's book too with a pull out poster of an Andean Condor. If it's life size could be up to 10' long!

Sounds like you have something for the whole family!
Neil Rigby
Birding UK
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Old 25-08-09, 01:20 PM
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some of the good books which i know

1> Encyclopedia of Bird and Bird Migration
- This is the definitive guide to everything you need to know about birds and their way of life!

2> Birds of Bali

3> Birds in Paradise
Trinidad and Tobago is famous for its beautiful birds. One man has made it his life's work to study them. He's trying to photograph all of the 460 types of birds on the island. But there's one special bird that's difficult to find. Will he succeed?

4> Birding Sites Around Perth
This book provides, details on thirty-eight outstanding sites. For each site there is a map, a list of birds likely to be seen, and notes on species of special interest.

Try them - good to read. Thanks
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