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Where to Watch Birds in Portugal, the Azores & Madeira Archipelagos

World / Checklist Wildlife Guide
By: Colm Moore(Author), Gonçalo Elias(Author), Helder Costa(Author)
212 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
Where to Watch Birds in Portugal, the Azores & Madeira Archipelagos
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  • Where to Watch Birds in Portugal, the Azores & Madeira Archipelagos ISBN: 9781784272234 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 2020 In stock
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A guide to birdwatching sites in Portugal and offshore islands: this book shows you where to go and when to visit for the best birding experience. This guide is best used alongside your field guide – it does not include information about identifying birds.

Portuguese territory goes well beyond Portugal itself; it also comprises the Atlantic archipelagos of Azores and Madeira. Considered in this light, it is a highly diverse area in ornithological terms, holding endemic bird taxa, large populations of seabirds, most of the rarest and sought-after species of southern Europe and many exciting Nearctic vagrants. Add to these prospects the natural hospitality of the Portuguese people, the mild climate, the modern infrastructure plus the excellent food and wine and it is easy to see why the country is one of the most attractive destinations in Europe for the birdwatcher.

Where to Watch Birds in Portugal, the Azores & Madeira Archipelagos is a reprint (without changes) of the Prion Birdwatchers' Guide to Portugal, the Azores & Madeira Archipelagos (2nd Edition, 2014, ISBN: 9781871104134). It is a key reference for anyone – from beginner to ornithologist – planning to visit the area with an interest in its birds. This is a site guide, not an identification guide.

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World / Checklist Wildlife Guide
By: Colm Moore(Author), Gonçalo Elias(Author), Helder Costa(Author)
212 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
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"[...] a very handy overview for anyone planning to go birding in the area of coverage."
– Dominic Mitchell, 05-09-2015, BirdGuides.com

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