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Birds of Goa: a Reference Book

By: Heinz Lainer
244 pages, B/w illus
Birds of Goa: a Reference Book
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  • Birds of Goa: a Reference Book ISBN: 9788185569611 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Goa is a prime birdwatching destination, with coastal habitats, a network of saline and freshwater wetlands, and nearby the rich, virgin forests of the Western Ghats. This comprehensive reference provides information on the habitat, population, distribution, migration, breeding status and other aspects of the 420 bird species recorded in Goa.

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By: Heinz Lainer
244 pages, B/w illus
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