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Birds of Brisbane

Field / Identification Guide
By: Greg Czechura(Author)
68 pages, 138 colour photos, 1 b/w illustration, 1 colour map
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The city of Brisbane has more species recorded than for any other Australian capital. In Brisbane, birds are never very far away, whether chattering among the street trees, drinking in city fountains, or nesting high on multi-storey office blocks. It is possible to see at least 30 different species on a casual walk through the Central Business District. Birds of Brisbane includes 138 full-colour photographs and concise information to help birdwatchers identify more than 100 species of birds that are likely to be seen in the heart of Brisbane.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Greg Czechura(Author)
68 pages, 138 colour photos, 1 b/w illustration, 1 colour map
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