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Birds of the Countryside: British Isles and Europe - Poster

By: Jonathan Kingdon(Illustrator)
colour illustrations, size: 594 × 900 mm, double-laminated
Manufacturer: Korck Publishing
Birds of the Countryside: British Isles and Europe - Poster
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Birds of the Countryside: British Isles and Europe - Poster

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This poster illustrates 115 species of birds commonly found in the European countryside. Among the bird families represented on this poster are: bunting, chough, crossbill, dove, finch, flycatcher, jay, lark, martin, nightingale, nuthatch, owl, pipit, rock thrush, sandgrouse, shrike, swallow, tit, wagtail, warbler, wheatear, and woodpecker. The illustrations are by Jonathan Kingdon and also appeared in The Handbook of Bird Identification.

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By: Jonathan Kingdon(Illustrator)
colour illustrations, size: 594 × 900 mm, double-laminated
Manufacturer: Korck Publishing
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