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A Birdwatching Guide to the Netherlands

Wildlife Guide New
By: Roger White(Author)
207 pages, colour photos, colour maps
NHBS
With information to over 100 sites, this is a complete guide for birdwatchers visiting the Netherlands.
A Birdwatching Guide to the Netherlands
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Language: English with species lists in Dutch and English

This is a Guide to the best bird sites in the Netherlands, featuring over 100 sites with access details, colour maps, and GPS coordinates. Colour photographs show both sites and birds. The descriptions of habitats and species include advice on fnding wintering flocks of geese, breeding and
migrant waders, and sought-after specialities such as Lesser White-fronted Goose, White-tailed Eagle, Honey Buzzard, Eagle Owl, Purple Heron, Spoonbill, Black and Whiskered Tern, Middle Spotted and Black Woodpecker, Icterine Warbler and Bluethroat. Two final features are bilingual species lists in Dutch and in English, and suggested itineraries for short breaks.

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Wildlife Guide New
By: Roger White(Author)
207 pages, colour photos, colour maps
NHBS
With information to over 100 sites, this is a complete guide for birdwatchers visiting the Netherlands.
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