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A Field Guide to the Birds of Japan is a book about birds written by Joseph A. Massey, Shogo Matsui, Tsutomu Suzuki, Elizabeth P. Swift, Akira Hibi, Noritaka Ichida, Yozo Tsukamoto and Koichiro Sonobe
This book contains lots of useful informations about the Japanese birds. It includes general informations, living regions, eating habits and indentification methods of the various species of the Far-East.
- Checklist of Japanese Birds
- Identifying Birds with this Book
- The species
- Large Waders
- Small Waders
- Birds of Prey
- Fowl-like Birds
- Nonpasserine Land Birds
- Passerine Birds
- Birdwatching Guide for Japan
- Joseph A. Massey
- Shogo Matsui
- Tsutomu Suzuki
- Elizabeth P. Swift
- Akira Hibi
- Noritaka Ichida
- Yozo Tsukamoto
- Koichiro Sonobe
Illustrations by Shinji Takano.
Distribution maps by Nobuyuki Monna.
Editor in Chief : Koichiro Sonobe
Editor: Jane Washburn Robinson
Foreword by Sir Peter Scott.
First published in 1982 by the Wild Bird Society of Japan.
The English version was published in 1986.