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A Photographic Guide to the Birds of the Middle East

Field / Identification Guide
By: Richard Porter and David Cottridge
144 pages, 280 col photos, maps
A Photographic Guide to the Birds of the Middle East
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  • A Photographic Guide to the Birds of the Middle East ISBN: 9781859745120 Paperback Feb 2001 Out of Print #116537
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Covers 252 species in detail ranging from the larks and sandgrouse of the barren deserts to the spectacular array of water birds in the Nile Delta.

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David Cottridge is an expert on bird photography. His photographs have appeared in British Birds, Birding World, Birdwatching and the is Photographic Consultant for Birdwatching and Birding World. He was also the Photographic Editor on New Holland's highly successful Attracting Birds to Your Garden (1998, paperback 2000) and the principal photographer for New Holland's A Photographic Guide to Birds of Egypt and the Middle East. He lives in Tottenham, London.
Field / Identification Guide
By: Richard Porter and David Cottridge
144 pages, 280 col photos, maps
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