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By Morten Strange

ISBN-10: 0804842000

ISBN-13: 9780804842006

A Photographic consultant to the Birds of Indonesia is the easiest, so much accomplished photographic advisor to the birds of Indonesia.

Because of its giant dimension and geographical position, Indonesia has the world's so much assorted avifauna. It boasts of greater than 1,600 species—of which 235 infrequent birds are just present in Indonesia—making it the world's number 1 commute vacation spot for bird-watching.

This fowl box advisor covers a complete of 912 species, together with lots of the non-migratory and endemic species which are obvious in simple terms in Indonesia and a
number of threatened and endangered species. a photo and distribution map is given for every poultry. Many new photos of Indonesian birds look during this quantity for the 1st time and feature been rigorously chosen to teach the $64000 features of every chicken. The concise textual content supply very important info, and an index of universal names is supplied in the back of the booklet.

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Mainly occurs 1n the lowlands, but observed locally at montane elevations 1n Wallacea up to 2,000 m; in Papua found at alpine lakes. Dabbles 1n the surface water for vegetable food or grazes on the banks. Changes location With a strong and direct fl1ght. Distribution: Australasia into New Zealand and Pacific. A generally uncommon, locally numerws resident and noo-breeding visiter in parts of eastern Indonesia; a rare visitcrtoJava and Bali; vagrant on sumatra and Kalimantan THE BIRDS OF INDONESIA 47 GARGANEY 0 Anas querqueduia 41 em F: Anatidae Description: Note this female's pale brown plumage with dtagnosttc ltght-brown strtpes across tts head (rtght, with Lesser Whistling-Duck).

Distribution: Indonesian endemic. A scarce resident in mcun1ains ct north and south Sumatra 0 GREAT ARGUS Argusianus argus cJ 120 em, 0 9 60 em F: Phasianidae Description: Unmistakable-a huge pheasant. Photo shows male on display ground. Male has elongated tall feathers; female 1s a un1form chestnut brown. The genus is monotypic. Voice: A powerful kow-wow that carnes far 1n the forest. Habits: Restncted to dense rain- Distribution: Sunda subregioo. In lndrnesia, a low density resident in Sumatra and Kalimantan.

Secondary forest varies from low regrowth with few large trees remaining, to areas selectively logged decades back with many large trees remaining or regrown and labelled here as mature secondary growth. VVhere canopies meet and form a continuous cover, even though some disturbance might have taken place, the term closed forest is sometimes applied. At the other end of the scale, where no large trees are left standing, the habitat is labelled scrub. t DRY MONS OON FORESTS <'? • . • ~~~~-· 38 THE BIRDS OF INDONESIA }J tat terms such as mangrove forests and cultivated areas are generally understood.

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