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A Guide to the Birds of North Andros Island

Field / Identification Guide
By: Joseph T Steensma(Author), Nicholas Morken(Contributor), Lawrence Wiedman(Contributor), Luanettee Colebrooke(Contributor)
179 pages, tables
Publisher: Sheba Media
A Guide to the Birds of North Andros Island
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This is the most thorough guide to finding birds on the largest and most biologically diverse island in the Bahamas. Joe Steensma and Nick Morken, the leading experts of the birds of North Andros Island, offer bird-adventurers insights as to how to find those 'hard-to-get' species and how to get to the best hot-spots on the island. With remarkable detail (and a lot of humor), A Guide to the Birds of North Andros Island will give the reader the benefit of 25 years of research packed into a fun and easy-to-use book.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Joseph T Steensma(Author), Nicholas Morken(Contributor), Lawrence Wiedman(Contributor), Luanettee Colebrooke(Contributor)
179 pages, tables
Publisher: Sheba Media
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