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Ecuador: Birds / Aves

Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
13 pages, colour illustrations
Ecuador: Birds / Aves
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  • Ecuador: Birds / Aves ISBN: 9781888538021 Unbound Dec 2018 In stock
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish with scientific nomenclature

Ecuador is a bird-watcher’s paradise with over 1.600 identified species of resident and migrant birds. Here, you can experience a vast range of habitats making Ecuador one of the best bird watching destination in the world. This laminated pamphlet shows the diversity of bird life and gives you a glimpse of the bautiful birds that make a living in Ecuador. Many of the birds on this guide are common to the habitats they live in and can be easily identified. The guide includes scientific nomenclature and indicates IUCN threat status where applicable. For some species, breeding male plumage or separate sexes are pictured and average wing span is indicated in centimetres.

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