A Guide To The Birds Of Trinidad Tobago

Author: Richard Ffrench
Publisher: Comstock Publishing Associates
ISBN: 9780801473647
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A Guide To The Birds Of Trinidad Tobago from the Author: Richard Ffrench. Third edition of the classic field guide, with a new illustration program, published with the support of the Asa Wright Nature Centre in commemoration of more than 40 years of excellence in conservation.

Field Guide To The Birds Of Trinidad Tobago

Author: Martyn Kenefick
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Field Guide To The Birds Of Trinidad Tobago from the Author: Martyn Kenefick. Trinidad and Tobago, tropical islands on the continental shelf of northeastern South America, enjoy a rich diversity of bird species, including visitors from the nearby mainland and others traveling the migratory flyway from North America. This compact, portable field guide is designed to provide birders and ornithologists with all the up-to-date information they need to identify birds in the field. The book features color illustrations and descriptions of almost 470 different species—every species known to occur naturally in Trinidad or Tobago as well as those successfully introduced there. Following a brief description of the geography, habitats, and climate of the region, the guide offers instructions for identifying birds, watching safely, and discovering the places where particular species are most likely to be found. No resident or visitor to the islands will want to be without this essential guide.

Birds Of Trinidad And Tobago

Author: Martyn Kenefick
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472946030
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Birds Of Trinidad And Tobago from the Author: Martyn Kenefick. Trinidad & Tobago are popular tourist destinations and the islands are also a top location for visiting birders. This comprehensive and portable field guide covers every species found on the islands. The concise text includes descriptions of every species, highlighting plumage variation and distinctions from similar species. The plates use the relevant images from Birds of Northern South America to create new plates specific for Trinidad & Tobago. This new edition has been completely revised. The plates have been extensively re-worked, with many images replaced and repainted. As a result, there are now eight extra plates, and some groups, such as flycatchers, have been repainted almost in entirety. The text has also been updated. This new edition supersedes all previous field guides to these popular islands.

Birds Of Trinidad And Tobago

Author: Richard Ffrench
Publisher: Macmillan Caribbean
ISBN: 9780333995846
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Birds Of Trinidad And Tobago from the Author: Richard Ffrench. Covers 83 species of birds from Trinidad and Tobago including 35 from the Eastern Caribbean.

The Snakes Of Trinidad And Tobago

Author: Hans E. A. Boos
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 9781585441167
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The Snakes Of Trinidad And Tobago from the Author: Hans E. A. Boos. Scientific fact meets island folklore as Hans Boos presents more than sixty species of snakes found in the twin-island independent Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago. The culmination of thirty years of collecting and observing the snakes of these islands, The Snakes of Trinidad and Tobago engagingly informs readers about these often feared and misunderstood creatures. Tracing the contributions of scientists to the evolving taxonomy of the islands' reptiles, Boos describes each unique species of snake found on the two islands, including local names from two centuries back. Species accounts come complete with tales—both documented and apocryphal—of human encounters with the more dangerous island snakes. Forty-eight color photographs and fifty black-and-white photographs and pieces of line art, most by the author, illustrate the text and aid in identification. While tiny Tobago is mercifully devoid of poisonous snakes, Trinidad hosts four venomous species, including coral snakes and the notorious bushmaster. Boos refutes many of the myths about these deadly but usually nonaggressive snakes with information about their habits and behavior. He also writes about the giant anaconda and the boa constrictor, about which many half-truths and fictions abound. All snakes bite, but only a few species are venomous. Boos gives information about what to do—and what not to do—in the event of a bite and discusses intriguing folk medicine cures, such as the Belgian Black Stone, sure to work only if a bite was harmless to begin with. The Snakes of Trinidad and Tobago will find an enthusiastic audience among herpetologists, ecologists, and other scientists concerned about the snakes and wildlife of Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean, and South America. It will also appeal to general readers interested in snakes and in Caribbean folklore.

List Of Birds Of Trinidad And Tobago

Author: Jesse Russell
Publisher: Book on Demand Limited
ISBN: 9785513309291
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List Of Birds Of Trinidad And Tobago from the Author: Jesse Russell. High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A total of 469 species of birds have been recorded on the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. There are few places in the world where so many bird species can be seen in such a small area, many of them unique, very rare, or of particular interest. They range from the many species of hummingbird to the cave-dwelling Oilbird (which uses echo-location to fly in the dark) and the spectacular Scarlet Ibis.

The Clements Checklist Of The Birds Of The World

Author: James F. Clements
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780713686951
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The Clements Checklist Of The Birds Of The World from the Author: James F. Clements. The 'Clements' Checklist, now in its 6th edition, is probably the most widely used checklist of world birds. Now listing almost 10,000 species of birds, this is the list of choice for members of the American Birding Association as well as many birders in Europe. Every species is listed using English and scientific names, together with a brief description of the species' range and space to enter your own sightings. All subspecies are included and listed separately, with ranges. For the first time, the English names follow the recently published list of English names as recommended by the International Ornithological Congress and its teams of regional experts.

Ticks Of Trinidad And Tobago An Overview

Author: Asoke Kumar Basu
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128097515
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Ticks Of Trinidad And Tobago An Overview from the Author: Asoke Kumar Basu. Ticks of Trinidad and Tobago: An Overview explores tick species prevalent in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T), their distribution, associated pathogens, their effects on the host, and control methods. The book also reviews the basic biology of ticks. Ticks are known to parasitize a wide range of hosts including mammals, reptiles and birds. These parasites are of veterinary and public health significance since they are responsible for the spread of a number of pathogens to humans and animals. Worldwide, ticks are responsible for billions of dollars in losses in the livestock industry annually due to the effects of these pathogens. Based on review of the literature from more than five decades, twenty-three species of both hard and soft tick have been discovered on the twin-island republic with a greater number of species in Trinidad. Tick genera observed and recorded included Argas, Ornithodoros, Amblyomma, Dermacentor, Haemaphysalis, Ixodes, and Rhipicephalus species. The tick species found in Trinidad and Tobago parasitize both wild and domestic species. Hosts include bats, fowl, equids, wild and domestic ruminants, birds, rodents, marsupials, and a variety of reptiles such as toads, tortoises, and snakes. Based on geographical location, most tick species discovered in T&T have also been recorded in other Caribbean islands in the archipelago, North, Central and South America. Both soft and hard tick species found in T&T have also been implicated in a number of blood-borne pathogens including Borrelia, Ehrlichia, Babesia, Hepatozoon, Rickettsia, and Anaplasma. Examines the biology of tick species on hosts endemic to Trinidad and Tobago Provides pictorial keys Facilitates identification, prevention, and control of tick-borne diseases in the tropical region Assists with diagnosing tick-borne diseases