With 234 superb color plates, and more than 950 color maps, Birds of East Asia makes it easy to identify all of the region's species. The first single-volume field guide for eastern Asia, the book covers major islands including Japan and Taiwan, as well as the Asian continent from Kamchatka to the Korean Peninsula. The region's major bird families are presented and distinct species are ted, from the well-kwn Steller's Sea Eagle - the world's largest eagle - to those less familiar to Western ornithologists, such as the Scaly-sided Merganser, Oriental Stork, and Mugimaki Flycatcher. The maps provide useful information about the seasonal migratory patterns of all bird varieties. Birds of East Asia is a must-have resource for birdwatchers, ecotourists, and wildlife enthusiasts everywhere. This is a handy single-volume guide to all the bird species of East Asia, including China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Russia 234 beautiful color plates. It features more than 950 color maps covering seasonal habitats and migration routes.
Mark Brazil is an experienced field ornithologist and the author of several books, including A Birdwatcher's Guide to Japan , The Birds of Japan , and The Whooper Swan .
Winner of National Academy of Public Administration Louis Brownlow Award 2009.