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Birds of East Africa: Their Habitat, Status and Distribution

Flora / Fauna Cancelled
Series: Scopus Special Supplement Volume: 4
By: PL Britton
300 pages, 5 col & 15 b/w plates
Birds of East Africa: Their Habitat, Status and Distribution
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  • Birds of East Africa: Their Habitat, Status and Distribution Hardback Dec 1980 Out of Print #13567
  • Birds of East Africa: Their Habitat, Status and Distribution Edition: 2 Hardback Publication cancelled #13484
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New revised edition of this classic yet scarce work on the East African avifauna. Details of habitat, status and distribution are given for 1293 species, with illustrations of habitat types and 5 colour plates of important species.

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Flora / Fauna Cancelled
Series: Scopus Special Supplement Volume: 4
By: PL Britton
300 pages, 5 col & 15 b/w plates
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