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A Guide to the Warblers of the Western Palearctic

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Tim Parmenter(Author), Clive Byers(Illustrator)
144 pages, 23 colour plates [by Clive Byers], 52 distribution maps
Publisher: Bruce Coleman
A Guide to the Warblers of the Western Palearctic
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  • A Guide to the Warblers of the Western Palearctic ISBN: 9781872842011 Hardback Dec 1991 Out of Print #14217
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A comprehensive field guide to all the warbler species of Europe, the Near East and Northern Asia. Each species is described in detail, with extensive information on plumage differences between sexes, through ageing, and in different seasons, plus complete descriptions of calls and songs. The colour plates illustrate every species, in a variety of plumages; the plates are arranged for quick comparison between similar species, with important field notes listed in the annotations. Frequently confused species are compared side by side. Accompanying the plates are highly detailed maps showing seasonal distribution, and annotated with a detailed description of the occurrence of the species, including records of vagrants outside its normal range.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Tim Parmenter(Author), Clive Byers(Illustrator)
144 pages, 23 colour plates [by Clive Byers], 52 distribution maps
Publisher: Bruce Coleman
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