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Birds of Peru / Aves del Perú / Oiseaux du Pérou

Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
14 pages, colour illustrations
Birds of Peru / Aves del Perú / Oiseaux du Pérou
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Birds of Peru / Aves del Perú / Oiseaux du Pérou

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Language: Trililngual in English, Spanish, and French; includes scientific nomenclature

Peru's diverse habitats is home to more than 1,800 bird species. This laminated fold-out guide shows 242 of the more commonly seen birds that live in Peru.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
14 pages, colour illustrations
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