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Collins Pocket Guide to Birds of Britain and Europe With North Africa and the Middle East

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Hermann Heinzel, Richard Fitter and John Parslow
384 pages, 174 col plates & illus, maps
Publisher: HarperCollins
Collins Pocket Guide to Birds of Britain and Europe
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  • Collins Pocket Guide to Birds of Britain and Europe ISBN: 9780002198943 Edition: 5 Paperback Dec 1995 Out of Print #32033
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Language: English, also available in French

This classic field guide covers all of the 887 species found in Britain and Europe, including rarities and introduced species. Each species is accompanied by an illustration, map and text.

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Previously of the Bonn Museum Bird Room, Hermann Heinzel is now a full-time illustrator, designer and birdwatcher in the bird-rich area of southern France where he now lives. Richard Fitter has produced more than 30 books on all aspects of British, European and world natural history, but is perhaps best known for his pocket and field guides. He has been actively involved in conservation for many years and has spent a life-time devoted to observing wildlife. John Parslow was conservation director for the RSPB. He has specialised in bird distribution throughout his career and has carried out special surveys for the Nature Conservancy and British Ornithologist's Union.

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Hermann Heinzel, Richard Fitter and John Parslow
384 pages, 174 col plates & illus, maps
Publisher: HarperCollins
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Brilliantly organised guide ... beautiful, apparently infallible, so comprehensive and above all easy to use. The Sunday Times Superbly handy and comprehensive guide. The Observer

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