HKBWS Field Guide to the Birds of Hong Kong and S. China
Treasure for Bird Lovers
HKBWS Field Guide to the Birds of Hong Kong and South China is a birding guide book which records the bird species in Hong Kong and the South China region and describes in great details their appearance, behaviours, distributions and migratory patterns. The book contains careful bird drawings which are instrumental for birders to identify birds at field.
45 Years of Strong Field Support
HKBWS Field Guide to the Birds of Hong Kong and South China was first published in 1977 and ever since then it has become one of the most important guide books for birders regionally. In the early years, the book was available in English only. In 1994, the first Chinese version of the book was translated and edited by Mr Chiu-ying Lam, Honorary President of The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society.
The year 2022 does not only celebrate the 65th anniversary of The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society, it also marks the 45th year since the first edition of The Birds of Hong Kong and South China was published. After almost a half century, the book remains to be one of the most comprehensive reference book of birding.
Highlights of the new book:
- The most comprehensive guidebook of birds in Hong Kong and South China
- A complete update since the last edition 16 years ago
- Covers 784 bird species and 78 newly added escaped and introduced species
- Include drawings of newly added birds
- Content in bilingual languages (Chinese and England)
Author: The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society
Publisher: The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society
Languages: Traditional Chinese and English (Bilingual)
Number of pages: 372pp
Dimensions: 148 mm × 210 mm (Paperback)
Printing: Colham Printing Co., Ltd.