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Auerhühner & Co.: Heimliche Vögel in Wilder Natur [Capercaillies & Co .: Secretive Birds in the Wild]

By: Siegfried Klaus(Author), Hans-Heiner Bergmann(Author), Alexander V Andreev(Contributor), Franz Hafner(Contributor), Christian Marti(Contributor)
256 pages, 323 colour photos and colour illustrations
Publisher: Aula Verlag
Auerhühner & Co.: Heimliche Vögel in Wilder Natur [Capercaillies & Co .: Secretive Birds in the Wild]
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  • Auerhühner & Co.: Heimliche Vögel in Wilder Natur [Capercaillies & Co .: Secretive Birds in the Wild] ISBN: 9783891048351 Hardback Jul 2020 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: German

This book presents the beauty and peculiarity of the grouse species in Europe and Asia in understandable text and selected images. In addition to the native species of capercaillie, black grouse and hazel grouse, the rare, so far little researched sibling species – Black-billed capercaillie, Caucasian grouse, Chinese grouse and Siberian grouse – are presented in texts and high-quality photos for the first time. The book provides exciting insights into the life and behaviour of these fascinating birds and at the same time conveys the knowledge required for their protection. In addition to the information necessary to identify the species, the book deals with the enormous adaptability of the grouse to the respective habitats. The unique, often spectacular courtship behaviour can be experienced through the film sequences that can be accessed via QR codes.

Summary in German:
Dieses Buch stellt die Schönheit und Besonderheit der Raufußhuhnarten Europas und Asiens in verständlichen Texten und ausgewählten Bildern vor. Neben den heimischen Arten Auerhuhn, Birkhuhn und Haselhuhn werden erstmals auch die seltenen, bisher nur wenig erforschten Geschwisterarten – Steinauerhuhn, Kaukasusbirkhuhn, Chinahaselhuhn und Sichelhuhn – in Texten und hochklassigen Fotos dargestellt. Das Buch eröffnet spannende Einblicke in das Leben und Verhalten dieser faszinierenden Vögel und vermittelt zugleich das für ihren Schutz benötigte Wissen. Neben den zur Bestimmung der Arten notwendigen Informationen befasst sich das Buch mit der enormen Anpassungsfähigkeit der Raufußhühner an die jeweiligen Lebensräume. Das einzigartige, oft spektakuläre Balzverhalten wird durch die über QR-Codes aufrufbaren Filmsequenzen erlebbar.

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By: Siegfried Klaus(Author), Hans-Heiner Bergmann(Author), Alexander V Andreev(Contributor), Franz Hafner(Contributor), Christian Marti(Contributor)
256 pages, 323 colour photos and colour illustrations
Publisher: Aula Verlag
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