| The Tian Shan and its Flowers by Vojtech Holubec & David Horak|
Le meilleur ouvrage de botanique que nous ayons trouvé pour la région. Ce n’est pas un ouvrage de poche mais il est bien plus compact que les autres flores ! Plutôt bien illustré.
Vous pouvez vous le fournir en contactant directement l’auteur. Retrouvez les informations ici https://holubec.wbs.cz/
| The birds of Pamirs, Hissar, Alai and Tien Shan by Sergei A. Toropov - Volume 1 - Non-Passerines - Part 1
Un magnifique ouvrage illustré et mis à disposition gratuitement par l’auteur ici https://disk.yandex.ru/d/JILkynmVn-...
« The digital edition of the first book from a series combines characters of scientific edition and photobook, devoted to the birds of remarkable mountain area. Totally, the 1st part of volume 1 presents 77 species breeding in the region and 33 non-residents species from orders Galliformes, Anseriformes, Gaviiformes, Podicipediformes, Phoenicopteriformes, Ciconiiformes, Pelecaniformes, Accipitriformes, and Falconiformes. Latin, Russian, English, Kigrhiz, Kazakh, Tajik, and Uzbek names for each species are given, as well type localities for all listed species and subspecies. First chapter of the book contains the checklist of resident taxa and essays in Russian and English about breeding birds species ; each essay includes data distribution and regional status, typical habitats, life-history, general abundance, measurements of mature birds, and resident subspecies. All essays are illustrated with colour photographs of birds in a natural setting, typical biotopes, and for some species – photographs of its juveniles and nests with eggs. Information about spreading of (sub)species is presented on colour relief-shaded map. The second chapter contains the annotated list and colour photographs (in nature) of non-residents (sub) species (wintering, migrants, and visitors). The book also contains references, alphabetical indices for Latin, Russian, and English bird names, and selected photos reporting field expeditions of project participants. It is aimed to zoologists, regional lore specialists, nature protection employees, and all persons versant about birds. »
| Birds of Central Asia by Raffael Ayé, Manuel Schweizer, Tobias Roth
« It is the first field guide to include the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, along with neighbouring Afghanistan. This vast area includes a diverse variety of habitats, and the avifauna is similarly broad, from sandgrouse, ground jays and larks on the vast steppe and semi-desert to a broad range of raptors, and from woodland species such as warblers and nuthatches to a suite of montane species, such as snowcocks, accentors and snowfinches. »
| Camera Trapping for Wildlife Research Edited by Francesco Rovero & Fridolin Zimmermann|
« Camera trapping is a powerful and now widely used tool in scientific research on wildlife ecology and management. It provides a unique opportunity for collecting knowledge, investigating the presence of animals, or recording and studying behaviour. Its visual nature makes it easy to successfully convey findings to a wide audience. »