Birds of East Asia: China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Russia by Mark Brazil details roughly 950 species of birds and provides the best possible selection of information and means of accessing that data in book format with not only all of the essential information one expects from a field guide, but also useful glossaries and indexes to help novice and veteran bird-lovers navigate the information and quickly find what they’re looking for whether at a desk or in the field.
Birds of East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi by Terry Stevenson covers 1,388 bird species with 3,400 color images and provides a concise overview of their behavior, habitats, resident/visitor distribution, taxonomic classification, and related nomenclature.
Both books are truly invaluable resources for anyone interested in birds. View our reviews of Princeton Field Guides’ Birds of East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Birds of East Asia: China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Russia in our Book Reviews section or on GoodReads! Expect more reviews of fantastic birding books for scholars, budding naturalists, and safari tourists in the near future!