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Costa Rica: Birds, Atlantic Lowlands and the Caribbean Coast [English / Spanish]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
13 pages, colour illustrations, colour map
Costa Rica: Birds, Atlantic Lowlands and the Caribbean Coast [English / Spanish]
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  • Costa Rica: Birds, Atlantic Lowlands and the Caribbean Coast [English / Spanish] ISBN: 9781888538335 Unbound Dec 2005 In stock
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Costa Rica: Birds, Atlantic Lowlands and the Caribbean Coast [English / Spanish]

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Language: English, Spanish and scientific nomenclature

Laminated fold-out field guide with illustrations of birds found in and around Costa Rica. The illustrations were created by British naturalist, Robert Dean, who has lived and worked in Monteverde, Costa Rica, since the early 1990s. The illustration of each species on the field guide is accompanied by the name of the species in English, Spanish, and Latin.

Fold out pocket guides are approximately 24" by 8.75" (61 cm by 22 cm) when spread flat, and contain twelve 9 cm by 22 cm "pages" plus front and back cover pages. When folded, they are only approx. 3.5" by 8.75" (9 cm by 22 cm) and easily fit into your pocket.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
13 pages, colour illustrations, colour map
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