Author Archives: Ferran Gil

Once bitten, twice shy: between the covers of the second edition of the Birds of the Indonesian Archipelago

Two of the books authors, James Eaton and Frank Rheindt, tell us how they managed to avoid going stir-crazy during lockdown with the birth of the second edition, what to expect, and lots of stories that have us eager to get out travelling again. What made you decide to produce a second edition so soon […]

Primates and Humans: what’s the difference? Find some clues in this interview with Dr Miquel Llorente, author of the book “Primates”

Miquel Llorente is the author of Primates, Biología, comportamiento y evolución, a monograph specially recommended for those seeking a first contact with primatology in a single volume, including photographs, illustrations and diagrams to enhance the understanding of the text. In this interview, published in Spanish, Miquel walks us through his studies, his contributions and finally […]

Birds of Vietnam: now shipping

Birds of Vietnam book cover image

A global biodiversity hotspot, Vietnam boasts 19 endemic species and subspecies groups, and another 27 near-endemic species, the largest number of any country in mainland South-East Asia. This book, the first comprehensive modern field guide dedicated to Vietnam’s rich and diverse avifauna, describes all 916 species in text, illustrations and distribution maps. We are shipping […]