Subtitel: Suriname, located on the Atlantic coast of northeastern South America, is a relatively small country compared to mosth other South American countries. It nevertheless has a rich avifauna. By the end of 2017, 751 species (including 765 subspecies) were known to occur in Suriname. Most of the land area of Suriname is still covered with tropical rainforest and the country should be a must-visit for burdwatchers. Suriname is even mentioned as being the best country to spot certain neotropical species. Surprisingly, few birders visit Suriname. The main reason given is the lack of a handy pocket huide that can easily be carries in a backpack. This (revised an updated) edition of the Field Guide to the Birds of Suriname (with its 109 color plates) tries to fill this gap. In addition to species accounts, data on topography, climate, geogoly, geomorphology, biogegography, avifauna composition, conservation, and hotspots for birdwatching are given. So, why delay your trip to this beautiful and friendly country any longer? Suriname with this rich avifauna awaits you!