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Die Watvögel Europas [Waders of Europe]

Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna New Edition
By: Lars Gejl(Author), Kirsten Nutto(Translated by)
376 pages, 670 colour photos, 189 b/w illustrations
Die Watvögel Europas [Waders of Europe]
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  • Die Watvögel Europas [Waders of Europe] ISBN: 9783258081519 Edition: 2 Hardback 2019 Available for pre-order : Due Sep 2019
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Language: German

Waders are truly spectacular members of our avifauna, especially along coasts and in wetlands during the spring and autumn migration periods, when members of several species may form dramatic flocks that wheel and turn in flight. While waders are often particularly striking in summer plumage, identifying these birds outside the breeding season can be problematic for even the most confident birdwatchers. Die Watvögel Europas is the ultimate guide to wader identification, ecology and biology. Through outstanding photography and concise, detailed text, Die Watvögel Europas is indispensable for anyone interested in learning more about waders, and is an invaluable tool for identifying birds to species level in the field.

Summary in German:
Die Watvögel Europas beschreibt 82 regelmäßig oder sporadisch vorkommende Watvogelarten in Europa. Die vorgestellten 44 Brut- und Zugvogelarten sowie die 38 seltenen nordamerikanischen und asiatischen Arten, die gelegentlich in Europa zu beobachten sind, werden mit über 670 großartigen Fotos von Einzeltieren und Gruppen, im Flug und am Boden präsentiert. Übersichtsseiten mit Verwechslungsarten und 189 Silhouetten erleichtern das Bestimmen. Die Artenbeschreibungen liefern ausführliche Informationen zu Vorkommen und Verbreitung, Zugverhalten, Brutbiologie und Gefiederkleidern, Stimme, Unterarten sowie Hinweise zu Unterscheidungsmerkmalen. 44 QR-Codes, die mit dem Smartphone gescannt werden können, führen zu Tonaufnahmen der jeweiligen Art.

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Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna New Edition
By: Lars Gejl(Author), Kirsten Nutto(Translated by)
376 pages, 670 colour photos, 189 b/w illustrations
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