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Aves de la Sabana de Bogota - Guia de Campo

Field / Identification Guide
By: Gary Stiles, Loreta Rosselli and Sussy De la Zerda
276 pages, 16 col plates, 15 col photos, 3 maps
Aves de la Sabana de Bogota - Guia de Campo
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  • Aves de la Sabana de Bogota - Guia de Campo ISBN: 9789589679258 Paperback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: Spanish

&i;`The most authoritative local book on Neotropical birds to have appeared in many years, this wonderful "guia de campo" to the birds of the Bogota region is more than a basic guide. In addition to good detail on the surprising diversity of bird species found in the Bogota region, it also presents information on local habitats (most of them now, sadly, greatly disturbed) and other threats they face. The attractive colour plates are simple, but more than adequate for their purposes. Congratulations to the team of ornithologists who prepared this very useful book.'&o; Robert Ridgely

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Gary Stiles, Loreta Rosselli and Sussy De la Zerda
276 pages, 16 col plates, 15 col photos, 3 maps
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