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Series: Princeton Field Guides

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Albatrosses, Petrels and Shearwaters of the World by Derek Onley
Birds of Australia: A Photographic Guide by Iain Campbell
Birds of Chile: Including the Antarctic Peninsula, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia by Álvaro Jaramillo
Birds of East Africa by Terry Stevenson
Birds of East Asia by Mark Brazil
Birds of Eastern North America: A Photographic Guide by Paul Sterry
Birds of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives by Richard Grimmett
Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania by Dale A. Zimmerman
Birds of Northern India by Richard Grimmett
Birds of Peru by Thomas S. Schulenberg
Birds of Southeast Asia by Craig Robson
Birds of Southern Africa by Ian Sinclair
Birds of Thailand by Craig Robson
Birds of the Dominican Republic and Haiti by Steven Latta
Birds of the Seychelles by Ian Bullock
Birds of the West Indies by Herbert A. Raffaele
Birds of Western Africa by Nik Borrow
Birds of Western North America: A Photographic Guide by Paul Sterry
Bovids of the World: Antelopes, Gazelles, Cattle, Goats, Sheep, and Relatives by José Emilio Castelló
Carnivores of the World by Luke Hunter
Caterpillars of Eastern North America: A Guide to Identification and Natural History by David L. Wagner
Dragonflies and Damselflies of the East by Dennis Paulson
Dragonflies and Damselflies of the West by Dennis Paulson
Field guide to the birds of Australia by Ken Simpson
Field Guide to the Birds of the Middle East by R. F. Porter
Horses of the World by Élise Rousseau
Mammals of Europe by David W. Macdonald
Mammals of North America by Roland W. Kays
Orchids of Australia by John J. Riley
Reptiles of Australia by Steve Wilson
Sharks of the world by Leonard Compagno
Whales, Dolphins, and Other Marine Mammals of the World by Hadoram Shirihai

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