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Top 100 Birding Sites of the World by Domenic Couzens (1 Viewer)

Murray Lord

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Is there anyone out there who has a copy of this book and a scanner? One of my photos was published in it, but I have never seen a copy and would quite like to see the relevant pages.

The photo was of a Long tailed Ground Roller. From a review I read, that part of Madagascar was listed as site number 1.

Many thanks in advance,

Murray Lord
Sydney
 

Chlidonias

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did you ever get any response to this?

I've just been reading the book and I've been to seven of the sites (well six, but the seventh will be this August so close enough) -- does that mean I'm seven percent of the way to becoming a top birder?
 

Monahawk

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I borrowed this book off a friend recently. As much as I like Mr Couzens work generally, I find these personal preference type tomes rather tedious. Rather like those those awful 100 things before you die type books that circulated recently.

Si.
 

scary-canary

Canaries forever... and i'm not always scary, some
There is no picture of a long tailed ground roller, although it is mentioned in the text. There is a picture of short legged ground roller. Want a scan of that?
Chris
 

scary-canary

Canaries forever... and i'm not always scary, some
It's a big book (too big for my scanner), hope this is good enough!
;)
Chris
 

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