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Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania

Field / Identification Guide
By: Dale A Zimmerman, Donald A Turner, David J Pearson, Doug Pratt and Ian Willis
576 pages, 124 colour plates, b/w line drawings, 800 distribution maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania
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&i;Revised edition.&o;
Designed specifically for use in the field, this is a portable (smaller format, 200pp shorter) version of &i;Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania&o;. Approximately 1100 species are depicted in 124 colour plates, and accompanying text highlights the key identification features. For any visitor to the countries covered, or to any part of East Africa, this will be an indispensable and inexpensive guide.

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Dale A. Zimmerman is a retired university academic who has undertaken many years of research into the birds of Kenya. Donald A. Turner has lived in Kenya for the past 30 years and is one of the most active birders in the country. David J. Pearson formerly lived in Kenya and has undertaken long-term ringing studies in the country.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Dale A Zimmerman, Donald A Turner, David J Pearson, Doug Pratt and Ian Willis
576 pages, 124 colour plates, b/w line drawings, 800 distribution maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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