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Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide

Popular Science Out of Print
Edited By: Peter Frances
512 pages, photos, maps, illus
Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide
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  • Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide ISBN: 9781405345859 Paperback Sep 2009 Out of Print #181766
  • Bird: The Definitive Visual Guide ISBN: 9781405306331 Hardback Dec 2007 Out of Print #167076
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From hummingbirds weighing less than a coin to monkey-eating eagles this is a unique celebration of birds, photographed and studied in their natural environments around the world.

Explore the complete bird story: from their origins to up-to-date information on flight, anatomy, feeding, communication, breeding, habitat, migrations and life cycles. Spectacular features on the most impressive birds, plus a huge catalogue that profiles nearly fifteen hundred different species makes this a must-have for every bird enthusiast.

Published with Birdlife International, the world's leading avian authority.

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BirdLife international is a global partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats, and global biodiversity. BirdLife's partners operate in more than 100 countries and have more than 2,500,000 members.

Popular Science Out of Print
Edited By: Peter Frances
512 pages, photos, maps, illus
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