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Bird Checklist for South Africa's National Botanical Gardens

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Series: SANBI Biodiversity Series Volume: 8
By: Christopher K Willis(Author), Odette E Curtis(Author), Mark D Anderson(Author)
40 pages, colour photos
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  • Bird Checklist for South Africa's National Botanical Gardens ISBN: 9781919976419 Spiralbound Jan 2008 In stock
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Bird Checklist for South Africa's National Botanical Gardens is the first in a series of SANBI publications to be produced in collaboration with Sappi. The checklist covers birds occurring in all nine of the National Botanical Gardens in South Africa, and apart from the common names of birds (old and new) and scientific names, it includes information such as the endemic status of the birds, their movements and migration habits, and their threat status. Birds recorded in each Garden are listed in dedicated columns, with open circles that can be filled in by visitors when birds are seen in a particular garden. Colour photographs of some of the birds are also included.

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World / Checklist
Series: SANBI Biodiversity Series Volume: 8
By: Christopher K Willis(Author), Odette E Curtis(Author), Mark D Anderson(Author)
40 pages, colour photos
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