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Atlas der Brutvögel in Bayern

Distribution Atlas
By: Thomas Rödl(Author), Bernd-Ulrich Rudolph(Author), Ingrid Geiersberger(Author), Kilian Weixler(Author), Armin Görgen(Author)
256 pages, 29 colour photos, 218 illustrations, 11 tables
Atlas der Brutvögel in Bayern
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Language: German

Atlas der Brutvögel in Bayern contains distribution maps of Bavarian breeding birds – sequel of the standard work Brutvögel in Bayern. Essential for birdwatchers as well as for professionals.

Summary in German:
Aktuelle Verbreitungskarten der bayerischen Brutvögel
- Endlich: Aktueller Folgeband des Standardwerks "Brutvögel in Bayern"
- Rastergenaue Darstellung der Verbreitung
- Farbige, übersichtliche Verbreitungskarten

In diesem Buch finden Sie die aktuelle Verbreitung der bayerischen Brutvögel. Erstmals werden hier für Bayern rastergenaue, also sehr detaillierte quantitative Bestandsschätzungen der meisten Brutvogelarten dargestellt. Unverzichtbar für Hobbyornithologen wie auch für Fachleute.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Thomas Rödl(Author), Bernd-Ulrich Rudolph(Author), Ingrid Geiersberger(Author), Kilian Weixler(Author), Armin Görgen(Author)
256 pages, 29 colour photos, 218 illustrations, 11 tables
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