ALL THE WORLD’S BIRDS 2019 TITLES

I am pleased to announce that 7 titles in the 2019 editions of the ‘All the World’s Birds’ series of Companion Guides are now complete and available to be downloaded to Kindle reading devices.

To see all the currently available titles in the ‘All the World’s Birds’ series, search in the Books section of your local Amazon site for ATWBOr, click here to see all ATWB titles on Amazon USor here to see all ATWB titles on Amazon UK.

 

The following eBooks are now available:

 

WORLD REGION guides:

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide – OCEANS

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide – WESTERN PALEARCTIC

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide – SOUTH AMERICA/MIDDLE AMERICA
VOLUME 1: NON-PASSERINES

 

FOCUS ON guides:

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide  Focus on INDIAN SUBCONTINENT
VOLUME 1: NON-PASSERINES

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide  Focus on INDIAN SUBCONTINENT
VOLUME 2: PASSERINES

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide  Focus on SOUTH-EAST ASIA
VOLUME 2: PASSERINES

All the World’s Birds 2019: A Companion Guide  Focus on NORTH-WEST SOUTH AMERICA
VOLUME 1: NON-PASSERINES

 

*** FREE PROMOTION ***

Advance notice:

To coincide with the 27th IOCongress taking place in Vancouver next week (http://www.iocongress2018.com), the OCEANS, SOUTH-EAST ASIA and NORTH-WEST SOUTH AMERICA eBooks will be FREE to download from Saturday 18th August to Wednesday 22nd August (USA Pacific time). Here are your links:

Amazon US     OCEANS     SOUTH-EAST ASIA     NORTH-WEST SOUTH AMERICA

Amazon UK     OCEANS     SOUTH-EAST ASIA     NORTH-WEST SOUTH AMERICA

 

At the end of August I shall be releasing PART-BY-PART eBooks:

PART ONE to PART FIVE cover the world’s 4297 Non-Passerine species. A new volume, PART SIX, covers 1190 Passerine species from New Zealand Wrens to Tyrant Flycatchers, Calyptura.

 

To find links to all these Kindle eBooks on Amazon, and to see an up to date listing of all titles in the All the World’s Birds Companion Guide series, click here.

 

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Some details …

 

Each of the currently available 2019 Companion Guides deals with the birds to be found in a particular WORLD REGION or sub-region, and has a number of important features, including:

– A complete taxonomic listing of bird species

– An indication of where in the region each bird family and species can be found in its native state

– Spotlighted species that have a restricted regional or worldwide range

 

However, perhaps the key feature of all eBooks in the Companion Guide series is the way you can quickly and simply access relevant, up to date online information about every featured bird species. If your reading device is connected to the internet, a single click will take you to a search results page for a species, from where you can continue to search for additional information to whatever level of detail you desire.

 

The ‘All the World’s Birds’ series of Companion Guides derives its taxonomy, English names and scientific names from The IOC World Bird List, an open access resource maintained by the International Ornithological Congress (IOC). The IOC bird list is hosted on a dedicated World Bird Names website, which provides access to the list in various different formats. The version of the IOC bird list used in the ‘All the World’s Birds 2019’ series of Companion Guides is Version 8.2, published June 27 2018.

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About Charles R Stubbs

Charles has earned his living by writing for more than 10 years. His first novel, a thriller, 'Web of Deceit', has been published as an eBook on Amazon. Previously a senior executive in the UK telecommunications industry, since 2001 Charles has crafted sales and marketing literature for major organisations – some of them household names – enabling them to improve their business performance.

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