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Birds of Argentina and the South-West Atlantic (2-Volume Set)

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Mark Pearman(Author)
896 pages, 150 plates with colour illustrations; 100 maps.
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Birds of Argentina and the South-West Atlantic (2-Volume Set)
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  • Birds of Argentina and the South-West Atlantic (2-Volume Set) ISBN: 9781408125175 Paperback Not yet published #181782
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About this book

Please note that this book has been in preparation for over ten years and its publication date keeps slipping. Until further notice, any estimates on publication are unfortunately tentative only.

Argentina is one of South America's premier birding destinations, encompassing a wide range of habitats from lush rainforests and vast pampas grasslands to the extensive wetlands of the Pantanal and the windswept wilderness of Tierra del Fuego.

Birds of Argentina will contain a detailed, authoritative text, up-to-minute maps and more than 150 plates illustrating every species and all major plumages.

The book will be produced in two matching volumes for ease of portability in the field with volume one consisting of plates and maps whilst volume two contains detailed species accounts.

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Mark Pearman is a professional bird tour leader who lives in Buenos Aires, and is recognised as one of the top birders in the country.

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Mark Pearman(Author)
896 pages, 150 plates with colour illustrations; 100 maps.
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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