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by Dick Watling

Author: Dick Watling
Language: English
Publisher: Environmental Consultants (Fij; 2Rev Ed edition (2003)
Pages: 272 pages
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Samoa, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Wallis & Futuna, Dick Watling ; in collaboration with Dieter Rinke.

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Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 October 2002.

At last a field guide to complement Dick Watling's poster series on birds. Fiji has long lacked comprehensive field guides for the enthusiastic naturalist or serious biologist; A Field Guide to the Herpetofauna of Fiji is a welcome addition to the ranks

At last a field guide to complement Dick Watling's poster series on birds. Fiji has long lacked comprehensive field guides for the enthusiastic naturalist or serious biologist; A Field Guide to the Herpetofauna of Fiji is a welcome addition to the ranks. Written by Clare Morrison, who grew up in Fiji, it includes full color photos of every known Fijian species. Immodesty forces me to admit that a number of these shots are mine

More by Dick Watling. Birds of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. Dick Watling, Chloe Talbot-Kelly. Palms of the Fiji Islands.

More by Dick Watling.

The avifauna of American Samoa include a total of 65 species, of which 5 have been introduced by humans . a b Watling, Dick (2001) A Guide to the Birds of Fiji & Western Polynesia, Environmental Consultants (Fiji), Suva. Checklist of birds of American Samoa".

The avifauna of American Samoa include a total of 65 species, of which 5 have been introduced by humans, 14 are rare or accidental and 1 species, the Mao, is extirpated. 6 species are globally threatened. American Samoa has no endemic bird species but several near-endemics occur and many of the land birds occur in good numbers. Bird Checklists of the World. Retrieved 25 September 2008.

Books authored or coauthored by Watling include: 1982 – Birds of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa. Illustrated by Chloe Talbot-Kelly). Millwood: New Zealand. 2001 – A Guide to the Birds of Fiji and Western Polynesia: Including American Samoa, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Wallis and Futuna. 2005 – Palms of the Fiji Islands. With George Bennett). Environmental Consultants: Suva.

Watling D (2001) A guide to the birds of Fiji and Western Polynesia, including American Samoa, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Wallis & Futuna. Environmental Consultant (Fiji) Ltd, Suva, Fiji. Wenzel E, Haltenorth T (1972) System der Schleichkatzen (Viverridae). Säugetierkunde Mitt 20:110–127.

A field guide to the birds of the area between Samoa, New Caledonia, and Micronesia. The Macmillan Company. An analysis has been made of the habitat distribution of most species. The past and present status of the various native vertebrates is examined, and the impact of post-European vertebrate introductions on the indigenous and endemic fauna is assessed in the light of current knowledge.