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Birds of the Willamette Valley Region

Field / Identification Guide
By: Harry B Nehls, Tom Aversa and Hal Opperman
390 pages, col photos, maps
Birds of the Willamette Valley Region
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  • Birds of the Willamette Valley Region ISBN: 9780964081048 Paperback Aug 2004 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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A pocket-sized photographic guide to the birds of the Willamette Valley region of Washington State and Oregon, with full-page color photographs of each bird and accompanying identification information. Covers over 200 birds located in the 9 counties of the valley.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Harry B Nehls, Tom Aversa and Hal Opperman
390 pages, col photos, maps
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