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"An important new step for world ornithology" - Professor Osor Shagdarsuren Mongolia lies in the heart of Asia, bridging the vast Siberian taiga forests of the north and the world's coldest deserts to the south. It encompasses great mountain ranges, extensive steppes and deserts, and pristine rivers and lakes. Large and sparsely populated, Mongolia harbours a rich avifauna including an array of globally rare and local species. - First-ever field guide to the birds of Mongolia - Covers 503 species, including all residents, migrants and vagrants - 113 superb plates depicting every species and many distinct plumages and races - Authoritative text covers identification features, along with voice, habitat, behaviour and status - Accurate maps for every species
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'I quickly became pleasantly immersed in the book, spent an hour going through it page by page, and realized I must share it with The Birding Wire readers ... If you're looking for a good novel, consider opting instead for the Birds of Mongolia; I strongly recommend it.' -- Paul Konrad * The Birding Wire *
Gombobaatar Sundev has been a leading Mongolian ornithologist and bird conservationist for more than 20 years. He is a professor of ornithology at the National University of Mongolia, the president of the Mongolian Ornithological Society, and has led numerous birding tours and research expeditions in Mongolia for birders and scientists from around the world. Christopher Leahy holds the Gerard A. Bertrand Chair of Natural History and Field Ornithology at the Massachusetts Audubon Society. He first visited Mongolia in 1982 and has led more than twenty natural history and birding tours to all parts of the country.
Acknowledgements Preface Introduction Mongolia and its Birdlife Bird Conservation in Mongolia Birdwatching in Mongolia How to Use this Book Species Accounts Recent Vagrants and Hypothetical Records References Index