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Birds of the Mediterranean / Oiseaux de Pays Méditerranéens (2CD)

By: Jean-Claude Roché(Author)
2 discs, runtime: 2 h
Manufacturer: Fremeaux
Birds of the Mediterranean / Oiseaux de Pays Méditerranéens (2CD)
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These two 60-minute CDs concern those bird species that occur in southern Europe: Portugal, Spain, Provence, Italy and Greece. A countryside typified by holm oak and olive trees also has deserts (the Crau near the Camargue), steppe, garrigue and maquis; home to various species found nowhere else in Europe. With this double CD the listener can find some beautiful songs and learn to identify the species by sound.
 

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By: Jean-Claude Roché(Author)
2 discs, runtime: 2 h
Manufacturer: Fremeaux
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