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Birds of Nanhui Shanghai [English / Chinese]

Art / Photobook
By: Kai Pflug(Author)
184 pages, 380 colour photos
Birds of Nanhui Shanghai [English / Chinese]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese with trilingual nomenclature in English, German, and Chinese

Nanhui is a district of China biggest city, Shanghai. Birds of Nanhui Shanghai features 181 species of birds observed in the last three years (about half of the number of species recorded), including 5 Critically Endangered and Endangered species. A total of 380 bird photos have been selected out of several thousands and are presented on 190 pages of A4 art paper. Three languages (Chinese, English and German) help you understand who they are.

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Art / Photobook
By: Kai Pflug(Author)
184 pages, 380 colour photos
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