Birds of Chile - Princeton Field Guides
Author: Alvaro Jaramillo Featuring concise, identification-focused text positioned opposite the colour plates to allow quick and easy reference, this guide also includes detailed distribution maps for every species of bird . This is the essential new field...
Author: Alvaro Jaramillo
This is the essential new field guide to the birds of Chile. Representing a great diversity of habitats, from the Andes in the north down to the tundra and sub-Antarctic rainforest of Tierra del Fuego in the far south, Chile is the breeding ground or temporary abode of 473 known species including 9 found nowhere else in the world. Birds of Chile covers them all, embracing not only the mainland but points offshore such as Easter Island as well as the Antarctic Peninsula and adjacent islands, plus the Falklands and South Georgia. In addition to being a friendly and fruitful birding destination in its own right, Chile is the starting point for many Antarctic cruises.