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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Africa

Beat About the Bush: Birds

Field / Identification Guide Popular Science
By: Trevor Carnaby(Author)
768 pages, Col photos
Beat About the Bush: Birds
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The Beat about the Bush series answers all those everyday questions that are prompted by visits to the bush. It fills the gap in exisiting literature and field guides alike, complemented by more than 900 full-colour photographs.

Although details are given on bird identification and all the bird groups of southern Africa are covered in a very informative 'Did you know' section, this work can more appropriately be described as a behavioural guide. It delves into the fascinating lives of birds - discussing in detail thier myriad forms, survival strategies, breeding and feeding behaviours, movements, migration,s and vocalisations.

The result is a comprehensive reference work in a style that appeals to novices, birders, twitchers, tourists, bush enthusiast and field guides alike.

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Field / Identification Guide Popular Science
By: Trevor Carnaby(Author)
768 pages, Col photos
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