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Birds of Southern Africa, Volume 2 (Region 2)

Out of Print
By: Guy Gibbon
Runtime: 60 min
Birds of Southern Africa, Volume 2 (Region 2)
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A 60-minute video-sound guide to 120 birds additional to those featured on volume 1. Each bird is shown in live close-up video, together with an on-screen title and the bird call. Many of the birds are rare and sought-after by birders, and for some species the video presents the first published pictures.

A printed bird list with a timing index is included.

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Out of Print
By: Guy Gibbon
Runtime: 60 min
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