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Die Vogelwelt im Landkreis Nordhausen und am Helmestausee

Flora / Fauna
By: M Wagner and J Scheuer
420 pages, 92 diagrams, 46 tabs, 63 col photos, 59 dist maps
Publisher: EchinoMedia
Die Vogelwelt im Landkreis Nordhausen und am Helmestausee
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Language: German

The first comprehensive description of birdlife in this region to be published.

Illustrative and clear descriptions are given for 311 bird species, their habitats, and natural environments.

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Flora / Fauna
By: M Wagner and J Scheuer
420 pages, 92 diagrams, 46 tabs, 63 col photos, 59 dist maps
Publisher: EchinoMedia
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