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A Comparative Hand List of the Birds of Japan and the British Isles

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By: Masa U Hachisuka(Author)
107 pages, no illustrations
A Comparative Hand List of the Birds of Japan and the British Isles
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  • A Comparative Hand List of the Birds of Japan and the British Isles ISBN: 9781107492905 Paperback Mar 2015 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Originally published in 1925, this book constitutes an attempt to supply the materials for a complete comparison between the birds of the Islands of Japan and the birds found in Great Britain and Ireland. A bibliography and detailed index are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the history of ornithology.

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By: Masa U Hachisuka(Author)
107 pages, no illustrations
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