All the Birds of the World

All the Birds of the World
Just ordered this "All the Birds of the World" book online. A perfect companion for a cold winter day together with a glass of Bushmill's whiskey.

I must admit that when the book arrived, I was surprised by the size and weight! It's definitely not a field or pocket guide. The quality of the illustrations is excellent. I recommend this book to all bird lovers!

The easiest and most enjoyable way to browse through all the birds of the world.

For the first time ever, you can contemplate All the Birds of the World together in a single easy-to-use, fully illustrated volume. Created for a broad public, from novice birders to expert ornithologists and anyone interested in the spectacular diversity of birds, this book has something for everyone.

  • Presents every taxon accepted as a species by any of the four major world lists: 11,524 in total.
  • 20,865 illustrations covering sexual dimorphism, morphs and many distinctive subspecies.
  • 11,558 distribution maps, with notes on altitudinal ranges.
  • All 3313 one-country endemic species marked.
  • IUCN/BirdLife International conservation status is given.
  • Taxonomic treatment by the four major world lists indicated and compared for each species.
  • Nomenclatural discrepancies explained.
  • All English and scientific names from eBird included.
  • QR codes for instant access to videos, photos and sound recordings, species-by-species.
  • Checkboxes for personal record-keeping.
  • All species are known to have become extinct since the year 1500 presented separately in their own appendix.
  • A 37-page world atlas of colour reference maps, with relevant details of interest to birders and ornithologists.
  • The easiest and most enjoyable way to browse through all the birds of the world.

More info: https://www.lynxeds.com/product/all-the-birds-of-the-world/

About
The Author
All the Birds of the World

Dirk Beckers is a hobby wildlife & nature photographer living in Antwerp (Belgium). Fujifilm is mostly the gear I prefer but sometimes Nikon has a place in my bag. Aside from some exposure, sharpening, noise reduction and basic colour corrections, I don't spend much time post-processing my photos. I believe that good photographs are accomplished outdoors, in the field, and not in front of the computer. That's the essence of my photography. Click here for more.