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The Clements Checklist of the Birds of the World

By (author) James F. Clements
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Helm
Published: 30th Jul 2007
Dimensions: w 222mm h 285mm d 48mm
Weight: 2176g
ISBN-10: 0713686952
ISBN-13: 9780713686951
Barcode No: 9780713686951
Synopsis
The 'Clements' Checklist, now in its 6th edition, is probably the most widely used checklist of world birds. Now listing almost 10,000 species of birds, this is the list of choice for members of the American Birding Association as well as many birders in Europe. Every species is listed using English and scientific names, together with a brief description of the species' range and space to enter your own sightings. All subspecies are included and listed separately, with ranges. For the first time, the English names follow the recently published list of English names as recommended by the International Ornithological Congress and its teams of regional experts.

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'Whether you want to maintain your own world list or be able to access an authoritative reference to all of the world's birds, the new Clements is an essential acquisition.' Birdwatch (September 2007) 'Birders now go all over teh wrold to add new birds to their list, and this checlist is especially intended for them.' TiMG (August 2007) '..most user-friendly layout of all the current world checklists..' Birding World (December 2007) '..this fully updated sixth edition, is probably the most- favoured checklist of birdwatchers around the globe.' '..each edition of this superb checklist [is] a must-have for the serious world birder.' Lancaster & Morecombe Newspapers (November 2007) 'J.F. Clements...undertook establishing a practical list, usable by ornithologists. A remarkable piece of work, including it's weight (2.3 kg).' Alauda (2009)