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Checklist of the Birds of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire South Caribbean

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Series: Ardea Volume: 97(2)
By: TG Prins, JH Reuter, AO Debrot, J Wattel and V Nijman
268 pages, maps, colour photos
Checklist of the Birds of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire
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This volume surveys and documents all 280 species of birds ever recorded as breeding, wintering, migrating, or casually visiting the islands of Aruba, Curacao and Bonaire in the southern Caribbean Sea. It brings the avifaunistic information up-to-date, detailing the occurrence of all species. For the rarer species, all records are specified from the earliest up to 2008. Also included are details of the 15 important bird areas identified on these islands.

Included are some colour photos of habitats and species.

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Series: Ardea Volume: 97(2)
By: TG Prins, JH Reuter, AO Debrot, J Wattel and V Nijman
268 pages, maps, colour photos
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