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Am Futterhaus Vögel Erleben im Jahreslauf

Out of Print
By: Richard Schöne(Author)
160 pages, 200+ colour photos
Am Futterhaus
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  • Am Futterhaus ISBN: 9783258077567 Hardback Sep 2012 Out of Print #207134
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Language: German

Every bird feeder is a great source for bird watching enthuasists – a food source in a garden with adjacent green areas can be visited by 30 different species of birds. Am Futterhaus provides the neccesary information for setting up and mainting a feeding spot for birds.

Summary in German:
Warum flattert der Grünfink dort aufgeregt? Warum legt sich dieser Kernbeißer so flach hin? Was hat jener Vogel für ein seltsames Gefieder? Jeder Vogelfutterplatz ist ein Fenster in die Vogelwelt, das durchs ganze Jahr eine Vielzahl von Erlebnissen bietet. Schon ein kleines Futterhaus auf dem Fensterbrett zieht gefiederte Besucher an und eine Futterstelle in einem Garten mit angrenzenden Grünflächen kann von 30 verschiedenen Vogelarten besucht werden.

Am Futterhaus bietet die nötigen Informationen für das Einrichten und Pflegen eines Futterplatzes, stellt die wichtigsten Vogelarten mit ihren Bedürfnissen vor, gibt Tipps, wie die Vögel am Futterhaus vor Feinden zu schützen sind und begleitet das Beobachten durchs ganze Jahr.

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Out of Print
By: Richard Schöne(Author)
160 pages, 200+ colour photos
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