Howell, Steve NG; Dale Dyer

Belize is one of the world’s premier birding destinations, home to a marvelous array of tropical birds and beautiful habitats ranging from verdant rainforests and extensive wetlands to rolling pine savannas and the country’s famed barrier reef. Birds of Belize is the essential illustrated pocket guide to this birder’s paradise. It covers all regularly occurring bird species found in the region and features facing-page plates and text that make field identification easy. Concise species accounts describe everything from size and distribution to voice, habitat, and status. This compact guide also features progressive taxonomy and a wealth of colour range maps.

– Covers more than 500 species of birds found in Belize
– Includes more than 130 superb colour plates
– Features concise species accounts, facing-page plates and text, and up-to-date range maps
– Its compact size and field-friendly layout make it the ideal travel companion for any birder

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Princeton University Press, (Princeton Field Guides), April 2023.  304 pages, flexibound, 116 plates with colour illustrations; 15 colour photos, 600 colour distribution maps