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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Non-Passerines  Seabirds, Shorebirds & Wildfowl

Aves Marinas: Una Guía de Identificación [Seabirds: An Identification Guide]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Harrison(Author), MJ Forest Fortes(Translated by), Roger Tory Peterson(Foreword By)
464 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Ediciones Omega
Aves Marinas: Una Guía de Identificación [Seabirds: An Identification Guide]
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Language: Spanish

A concise and superbly illustrated account of the seabirds of the world. It is unique in that every major colour and plumage phase of the nearly three hundred species of seabirds is depicted.

Summary in Spanish:
Esta obra es poco habitual entre las guías de aves. Peter Harrison une a su papel de autor el de ilustrador para producir una guía que se ha convertido en la obra de referencia indispensable sobre las aves marinas. El texto se ocupa de 300 especies de aves marinas en profundidad y destaca en especial las diversas formas de color que se dan dentro de cada especie y examina atentamente las subespecies. También se tratan exhaustivamente el vuelo, el comportamiento, el área geográfica y las especies semejantes. Los mapas muestran la distribución de las aves en época de cría, fuera de ella y el área de migración.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Harrison(Author), MJ Forest Fortes(Translated by), Roger Tory Peterson(Foreword By)
464 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Ediciones Omega
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