This book is the second edition of 'Garden and Aviary Birds of India', a text which covers the more common birds of India in detail. A book that will greatly appeal to anyone with an interest in India's birds, this antique text constitutes a wonderful addition to collections of ornithological literature and is not to be missed by the discerning enthusiast. The chapters of this book include: 'Classification and Books of Reference'; 'Passerine Birds--The Crows, Babblers and Bulbuls'; 'Passerine Birds--Shrikes, Mynahs, Orioles, etc.'; 'Passerine Birds--Fly-catchers, Thrushes, etc.'; 'Passerine Birds--The Finches, Swallows, Sunbirds, etc.'; 'Various Non-passerine Birds--Woodpeckers, Barbets, Cuckoos, etc.'; 'The Parrots and Pigeons'; and 'Management of Captive Birds'. This text was originally published in 1905, and is proudly republished here complete with a new introduction on ornithology. Frank Finn (1868 - 1932) was an English ornithologist whose other notable works include: 'How to Know the Indian Ducks' (1901) and 'Ornithological and Other Oddities' (1907).