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Australian Birds of Prey

Field / Identification Guide
By: C Thomson and J Dell
64 pages, colour photos
Australian Birds of Prey
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  • Australian Birds of Prey ISBN: 9780730968658 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Birds of prey, or raptors, have long captured the imagination of people. These handsome creatures have a unique place in our culture and mythology. There are 24 species of raptor in Australia and all are found in Western Australia. Three WA species, the red goshawk, the grey falcon and the peregrine falcon, are rare and are officially listed as threatened species. This handy pocket book contains information and a guide to identifying all 24 species.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: C Thomson and J Dell
64 pages, colour photos
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