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Die Raubvögel Europas

By: Otto Kleinschmidt(Author)
Publisher: Aula Verlag
Die Raubvögel Europas
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  • Die Raubvögel Europas ISBN: 9783891046036 Paperback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Reprint of the original edition first published in 1934. This book on raptors, containing beautiful colour paintings, provides clear and concise descriptions of the main birds of prey in Germany, including rare species. The author provides a vivid picture of the bird species and provides plenty of information about their names, specific characters, calls, eggs and nests, as well as on occurrence, food and training. A classic book on ornithology, which has lost none of its charm.

Summary in German:
Dieses mit schönen Auquarellen ausgestattete Buch zu den Raubvögeln beschreibt kurz und übersichtlich die wichtigsten Greifvögel Deutschlands unter Einbeziehung auch seltener Arten. Dabei liefert der Autor ein lebendiges Bild der Vogelarten und gibt zahlreiche Informationen über Namensgebung, Artmerkmale, Stimme, Eier und Horst sowie über Vorkommen, Nahrung und Zug. Ein klassisches Buch der Vogelkunde, das bis heute nichts von seinem Reiz verloren hat.

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By: Otto Kleinschmidt(Author)
Publisher: Aula Verlag
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