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Birds of Canada

Field / Identification Guide
By: Tyler L Hoar(Author), Ken De Smet(Author), R Wayne Campbell(Author), Gregory Kennedy(Author)
528 pages, 541 colour photos, 663 colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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  • Birds of Canada ISBN: 9781551055893 Paperback Apr 2010 Usually dispatched within 6 days
    £25.50
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Canada is home to nearly 500 species of birds. Some species, such as certain warblers, weigh as much as a tea bag and some, such as Bald Eagles and American White Pelicans, are giants in the sky.

This comprehensive book includes:

- ID, habitat, status, nesting, feeding, voice and similar species
- Notes on each species' natural history, name origins, specific behaviours and habits to watch for
- Mnemonics to help remember species
- Conservation activities underway in all provinces
- Beautiful full-colour illustrations and photos for each species
- Updated range maps
- Birdwatching tips and best sites.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Tyler L Hoar(Author), Ken De Smet(Author), R Wayne Campbell(Author), Gregory Kennedy(Author)
528 pages, 541 colour photos, 663 colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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