Andrews, I. J. (1995). The Birds of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Musselburgh (185pp.)
Svensson, L., Mullarney, K., Zetterstrom, D. (2009).CollinsBird Guide: The Most Complete Field Guide to the Birds of Britain and Europe(2nd edition; Paperback), HarperCollins, UK (448 pp)
Other useful books and journals with information about birds in Jordan:
Mithen, S., Khoury, F., Greet, B., White, J., & Maslamani, N. (2019). Birds of Faynan: past and present. University of Reading.
Sandgrouse – the scientific journal regularly published by the Ornithological Society of the Middle East (www.osme.org) – also includes the section “Around the Region” with significant bird records.
Cramp S., Simmon K., Perrins C. (eds.) (1976-1994) The Birds of the Western Palearctic. 9 volumes. Oxford University Press.
Evans M (1994) Important Bird Areas in the Middle East. BirdLife Conservation Series No. 2. Cambridge.
Khoury, F. (2017): A Birdwatcher’s Guide to Madaba. Jordan BirdWatch Association, Amman.
Mountford G. (1965) Portrait of a Desert. Collin, London.
Nelson J.B. (1973) Azraq: Desert Oasis. Allen Lane, London.
Porter R., Christensen S., Schiermacker-Hansen P. (1996) Field Guide to the Birds of the Middle East. T&AD Poyser. London. -A recent edition was published in Arabic and is available as iPhone and Android application.
Beaman M., Madge S. (1998) The Handbook of Bird Identification for Europe and the Western Palearctic. Christopher Helm, London.
RSCN (2000) Important Bird Areas in Jordan. Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, Amman. -Arabic with English Summary.
RSCN (2013) The State of Jordan’s Birds. Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, RSCN, Amman.