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By Herbert Raffaele, James Wiley, Orlando H. Garrido, Allan Keith, Janis I. Raffaele

Totally illustrated, effortless to take advantage of, and entirely updated, Birds of the West Indies is the single box consultant that covers the entire poultry species identified to happen within the region--including migrants and sometimes taking place kinds. each one species is represented by means of an entire description that comes with id box marks, prestige and variety, habitat, and voice. A map displaying the bird's distribution accompanies many species money owed, and plumages of all species are depicted in ninety-three fantastically rendered colour plates. chook fans, touring travelers, neighborhood citizens, and "armchair tourists" will all are looking to personal this definitive box consultant to the birds of the West Indies. contains all species recorded within the regionFeatures ninety-three colour plates with concise textual content on dealing with pages for fast reference and simple identificationSpecies debts disguise id, voice, prestige and habitat, and rangeColor distribution maps

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Birds of the West Indies (Princeton Field Guides)

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Baird’s picks for food rather than probes. Occurs singly or in small groups. non-breeding: Brownish-gray above and on breast. breeding: Browner, with faint reddish-brown tints. status and range: Very rare migrant in West Indies. Status poorly known. Occurs primarily September and October. habitat: Edges of inland wetlands. Often some distance from water. 5in). Yellowish-green bill and legs; sharp demarcation between heavily streaked breast and white belly. non-breeding: Gray-brown upperparts, head and breast.

White wing stripe; white rump divided by black bar. 5in). Fine white wing stripe; white rump divided by black bar. 5in). Dark above; very faint wing stripe. 5in). Sharp breast demarcation; fine white wing stripe; white rump divided by black bar. ) WHITE-RUMPED SANDPIPER Calidris fuscicollis 18–20cm (7–8in). White rump. Fine white wing stripe. 5in). White wing stripe; pale gray upperparts. ) SPOTTED SANDPIPER Actitis macularia 18–20cm (7–8in). Shallow, rapid wingbeats; white wing stripe. 75–11in).

Frequents fresh water more than Double-crested. ANHINGA Anhinga anhinga 85cm (34in). Large, with long neck, long tail, pointed bill, large whitish patches on back and upperwing. adult male: Glossy black. adult female: Head to breast light brown. immature: Brown above; tan below. Resembles cormorant, but neck more snake-like, tail longer, and bill longer and pointed. status and range: Common resident in Cuba, vagrant elsewhere. habitat: Shallow calm waters. TUNDRA SWAN Cygnus columbianus 122–140cm (48–55in).

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