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Complete Birds of Seychelles

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By: B Narainsamy Ramen(Illustrator), Adrian Skerrett(Author), James Michel(Foreword By)
304 pages, colour photos
Complete Birds of Seychelles
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  • Complete Birds of Seychelles ISBN: 9789994902958 Hardback Jul 2016 In stock
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In Complete Birds of Seychelles, highly accomplished bird photographer Narainsamy Ramen teams up with Adrian Skerrett, author of many Seychelles books. Together they have produced a grand celebration of the birds of these islands.

All sixty-species that breed in Seychelles are illustrated in a wonderful Series of colour photographs together with further twenty-six regular visitors. In addition a flavour is given of the many vagrant species from Europe, Asia, Africa and even Antarctica that have been sporadically recorded at these shores by Seychelles Bird Records Committee. There is a checklist of every species ever recorded in Seychelles and even a dedication to the six native species that have sadly been lost since the human occupation of this island nation.

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Also known as the Birdman of Mauritius, this is Narainsamy Ramen’s second photographic work following publication of Birds of the Mascarene Islands. Adrian Skerrett also represents Seychelles-based bird organisations including Seychelles Bird Records Committee and Island Conservation Society.