There are some excellent Online Guides/databases which I believe will do what you want. Both are free.
A good one for your purpose is Avibase - World Bird Database @ http://avibase.bsc-e...t.jsp?lang=EN. There is a button for Search which allows you to select the species. Then, when the info on your selected bird is displayed, select Map at the top and it will display a picture of the globe flattened out with the bird's range indicated.
Another one that is very useful is Ebird @ http://ebird.org/content/ebird and it's home organization, Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Both are very useful to and allow the user to "drill down" for a Region or Country in the world to as small of a area that is desired. Birding Hotspots are included. I believe that Ebird is a part of the larger Lab Site, but it is where members document and share their sightings. The data is compiled and displayed in a number of different methods which are selectable by the member. It is a great Site and useful tool every birder should be aware of and worth exploring its capabilities.