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A Guide to Birdwatching in Skåne Southern Sweden

Wildlife Guide
By: Arne Ohlsson(Editor)
191 pages, colour photos, maps
A Guide to Birdwatching in Skåne
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  • A Guide to Birdwatching in Skåne ISBN: 9789186572426 Paperback Sep 2008 In stock
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Skåne, Sweden's most southerly region is shaped like a peninsula that protrudes into the Baltic Sea. Situated on the boundary between Central and Northern Europe, it offers a varied and beautiful landscape and a very rich birdlife. 50 of the main bird sites in Skåne are described in detail in A Guide to Birdwatching in Skane, Southern Sweden.

A Guide to Birdwatching in Skåne is amply illustrated with colour photographs and maps. You will be taken on a journey to coastal areas, wetlands, woodlands, lakes and other environments, describing the richness in both nature and birdlife that can be experienced in southern Sweden. Falsterbo in particular – the south-western point of Sweden – and one of the foremost migration sites in Europe, offers the visitor a fantastic experience.

A Guide to Birdwatching in Skåne also contains information about
- when to find the birds in Skåne
- where to find some of the most interesting species
- what mammals and reptiles can be seen

Additional information about
- the region of Skåne
- the Right of Public Access (allemansratten) in Sweden
- other events of interest to ornithologists

A Guide to Birdwatching in Skåne was written by various ornithologists, each with an excellent local knowledge.

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Wildlife Guide
By: Arne Ohlsson(Editor)
191 pages, colour photos, maps
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