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Title Birds of Singapore  
ISBN 978 981 4794 47 3
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Christopher Hails & Frank Jarvis
 
Specifications 152 x 227mm / 168pp / Paperback
 
Publication Date Dec-2017
 
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 28.00 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

For a relatively tiny island, with such a high ratio of urban development, Singapore contains a surprisingly large number of birds – native species as well as seasonal visitors – due to its strategic position on a migration route between temperate Asia and the eastern tropics.

In this classic guide, Dr Christopher Hails leads the reader to all the major birdwatching locations in Singapore, identifying the various species to be found, their appearances, behaviour and habitats. His scholarly insights into ecology and avian migration, simplified for the lay reader, are enthralling and illuminating. 

The beautiful illustrations, painted by artist Frank Jarvis from field sketches and, where essential, from studying skins and nests in the Raffles’ Collection, offer the highest level of detail and accuracy.

Filled with a wealth of information, Birds of Singapore is the ideal introductory field guide to the island’s fascinating birdlife. 

About the Author

Dr Christopher Hails received his doctorate from the University of Stirling, Scotland. In 1982 he joined the government of Singapore to research into the habitat needs of local birds for conservation and landscaping purposes.   Frank Jarvis was born in London and studied fine art, stained glass and mural painting at the prestigious Hornsey Art School. His works, specialising in birds, have been exhibited widely in the United Kingdom and overseas
   
 
  
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