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Das Sichelhuhn Geheimnisvoller Urwaldvogel im Osten Sibiriens

By: Franz Hafner(Author), Alexander V Andreev(Author)
118 pages, 109 photos and illustrations
Das Sichelhuhn
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  • Das Sichelhuhn ISBN: 9783853280140 Paperback Jan 1998 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: German

We know a lot about charismatic species such as lions and zebras. But who knows about the Siberian Grouse? Das Sichelhuhn documents this wonderful and secret bird native to Siberia. With his Russian counterpart Alexander V. Andreev,  Franz Hafner has gained deep insights into the lives of these as yet little-studied species and incidentally also included unique photos of the Siberian Grouse.

Summary in German:

„Über Löwen, Zebras und ähnlich große attraktive Arten, die in offenen Landschaften leben und deshalb kaum zu übersehen sind, wissen wir bereits eine ganze Menge. Aber wer kennt schon das Sichelhuhn? In Sibirien, wo dieser herrliche und heimliche Vogel heimisch ist, tummeln sich ungleich weniger Wildtierherden als in der Serengeti, aber auch ungleich weniger Wildbiologen. Gemeinsam mit seinem russischen Kollegen Alexander V. Andreev hat Franz Hafner tiefe Einblicke in das Leben dieser bislang noch kaum erforschten Vogelart gewonnen und nebenbei auch einmalige Fotos vom Sichelhuhn aufgenommen...“ (Univ.-Prof. DDr. Antal Festetics).

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By: Franz Hafner(Author), Alexander V Andreev(Author)
118 pages, 109 photos and illustrations
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