By: Dave Gosney(Author)
31 pages, 16 b/w maps
Please note: On this occasion there will NOT be a DVD to go with the book.
Finding Birds in North-West Turkey describes the best birding sites in exceptional detail, made even clearer by Dave Gosney's trademark maps. This guide replaces the now out-of-print Finding Birds in Western Turkey. When the author visited Western Turkey he explored more sites than he could fit in one book so there is also a Finding Birds in South-West Turkey.
This book covers the areas of Turkey between Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir, including the ‘Marmara lakes’ around Bursa.
Dave Gosney writes: "North-west Turkey used to be one of the most popular destinations for European birders but nowadays the fashion is to travel much further into Turkey for even more exotic species. However, this is still an exceptional area with breeding species such as Green Warbler, Red-fronted Serin, Kruper’s Nuthatch, Black Vulture, Imperial Eagle, White-throated Robin and the western race of Cinereous Bunting. This book gives precise details of where all these birds can be found and guides you to terrific wetlands such as Lake Apolyont, Buyuk Cekmece Lake and Nallihan Kus Cenetti"
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