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Birds of Iberá Wetlands: Photographic Guide / Aves Iberá: Guía Fotográfica

Field / Identification Guide
By: Mariano Masariche(Author), Roberto M Güller(Author), Oscar Iriani(Author), Cintia Salvo(Translated by)
255 pages, colour photos
Birds of Iberá Wetlands: Photographic Guide / Aves Iberá: Guía Fotográfica
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

Birds of Iberá Wetlands (second edition) shows the reader more than 300 species of birds living in Gran Parque lberá, Argentina, a real paradise for ecotourism and wildlife watching. It gives a good sampling of the birds of the littoral provinces, as it is home to a third of all the species living in Argentina. Furthermore, the guide also includes other lberá fauna, animals that surprise those sailing its waters or going around its trails, such as the Marsh Deer and the Maned Wolf. It also reviews the conservation history of lberá, the provincial, national and private efforts for its protection, the alternatives to visiting it and the recent efforts to repopulate it with extinct species, among which none other than the reintroduction of the Jaguar and the Red Macaw.

Summary in Spanish:
Aves Iberá (segunda edición) le presenta al lector más de 300 especies de ayes que habitan el Gran Parque lberá, un verdadero paraíso para la observación de fauna silvestre y el turismo de naturaleza. Es además un buen muestrario de las ayes de las provincias del litoral y contiene casi un tercio de todas las especies que viven en la Argentina. Asimismo incluye otra fauna del lberá, animales que sorprenden a quienes navegan sus aguas o recorren sus senderos, entre ellos Monumentos Naturales de Corrientes como el Ciervo de los pantanos y el Aguara guazú. También repasa la historia de conservación del lberá, los esfuerzos provinciales, nacionales y privados para su protección, las alternativas para visitarlo y las recientes iniciativas para repoblarlo de especies extintas, entre las cuales se cuentan nada menos que el regreso del Yaguareté y del Guacamayo rojo.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Mariano Masariche(Author), Roberto M Güller(Author), Oscar Iriani(Author), Cintia Salvo(Translated by)
255 pages, colour photos
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