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Birds of France

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide New Edition
By: James Lowen(Author), Aurélien Audevard(Author)
224 pages, 300 colour photos
Publisher: Helm
Birds of France
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About this book

Bordered by four bodies of water, France is home to a wealth of spectacular birds – ranging from Greater Flamingos on the Mediterranean coast to the White-winged Snowfinch, found soaring above the mountains. Birding locations include the vast mudflats and saltmarsh of Morbihan Bay, the ancient oak-rich Perche-Trappe Forest, the coastal saltpans and warm hills of migration hot-spot Gruissan, and the rugged, dramatic peaks of the Alps.

Fully revised and updated, Birds of France covers the 300 birds most likely to be seen on any visit to the country. The concise text covers essential information on each species, including habitat, behaviour, songs and distribution, with each photo carefully selected to aid identification. A guide to the best birdwatching sites in France is also included.

Portable yet authoritative, this is the perfect companion for any wildlife enthusiast visiting or living in France.

Contents

Introduction
How to use this book
Map of France
Habitats and conservation
Best birding sites in France
Species accounts
Further reading and resources
Index

Customer Reviews

Biography

James Lowen is an experienced naturalist and award-winning author. Two of his books received the accolade of Travel Guidebook of the Year, and he also writes for publications such as The Telegraph, BBC Wildlife, Nature's Home and The Countryman.

Aurélien Audevard is a wildlife photographer and ornithologist for the LPO PACA environmental organisation in France. He has contributed to many photographic birding guides.

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide New Edition
By: James Lowen(Author), Aurélien Audevard(Author)
224 pages, 300 colour photos
Publisher: Helm
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