By: Ignacio Yúfera(Author), HRH Princess Lalla Hasnaa(Preface By), Rafael Ansón Oliart(Foreword By), Peter Smith(Translated by)
264 pages, 331 colour photos
A photographic journey through Morocco’s most representative bird species, following six of the most popular birdwatching routes. 74 species illustrated in 331 original photographs, the most complete collection of quality images available to date on Morocco’s avifauna.
8 / Preface
Her Royal Highness, Princess Lalla Hasnaa
10 / Foreword
Rafael Ansón Oliart
14 / Introduction
19 / From Marrakesh to Oukaimeden: To the High Atlas along the Ourika Valley
55 / Boumalne: To the Hamada by the Dades Valley
97 / Merzouga and Erg Chebbi: The Sand Desert
137 / Ouarzazate: The Gates of the Desert
167 / Agadir and the Atlantic Coast
209 / Essaouira and the Wetlands on the Northern Coast
251 / Extinct and Critically Endangered Birds
257 / Acknowledgements
259 / Bibliography
261 / Index
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Ignacio Yúfera (Madrid, 1968) studied photography and business administration in Paris. Since the late 1980s he has travelled around the world in search of animals, especially birds. His main regions of interest are Africa and the Palearctic (the area that comprises Europe, North Africa and the Middle East), although he has also visited Central and South America, South East Asia and North America, particularly Canada. Birds of Morocco is his first book.
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