By: Tito Narosky (Author), Juan Carlos Chebez (Author), Dario Yzurieta (Illustrator)
127 pages, 68 plates with colour photos; colour photos, b/w line drawings, 1 colour map
Language: Spanish, with English species names
Guía para la Identificación de Aves de Iguazú was out of print for several years, but is available again since November 2011.
Iguazú is a national park on the Argentine-Brazil border with spectacular waterfalls. This is a guide to the birds of the area, and illustrates 265 species, with 3-4 birds on each page. The majority of the birds are illustrated with multiple views (e.g., perched vs. flying; dorsal vs. ventral) and are accompanied by a very short (20-60 words) physical description of the bird. Only the minimum of text is given to range or habitat – typically only a dozen words. There are no distribution maps.
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