Robins and Chats (Helm Identification Guides)

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This authoritative handbook, part of the Helm Identification Guides series, looks in detail at the world's 170 species of robins and chats. This large family of small passerines was formerly considered to be part of the thrush family, Turdidae, but is now usually treated as a separate family, Muscicapidae, together with the Old World flycatchers.

Robins and chats are a diverse family comprising both highly colorful and visible species, such as the robin-chats of Africa, as well as some of the most skulking and elusive birds, such as the shortwings of Asia. Many chats, such as the well-known Nightingale, are renowned songsters, and a good number are highly sought-after by world listers for their extreme rarity or simply because they are hard to see.

This book discusses the identification and habits of these birds on a species-by-species basis, bringing together the very latest research, with accurate range maps, more than six hundred stunning color photographs that illustrate age and racial plumage differences, and sixty-four superb color plates by the internationally renowned artist Chris Rose.

This authoritative and sumptuous book will be an essential purchase for all chat enthusiasts, and will become the standard reference on the subject for many years to come.

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About the Author:

Peter Clement is a lifelong and well-traveled birder and tour leader, with a particular interest in wheatears and other chats. He is the author of several books, including Finches and Sparrows and Thrushes, both in the Helm Identification Guides series.

Chris Rose is an acclaimed bird artist and illustrator. He illustrated Swallows and Martins, also in the Helm Identification series, and has been working on the Robins and Chats plates for almost twenty years.

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"A MUST have for those that collect bird family monographs or have an interest in these species." - Birdbooker Report

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