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Federn, Spuren and Zeichen der Vögel Europas: Ein Feldführer [The Tracks and Signs of the Birds of Britain and Europe: An Identification Guide]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Roy Brown(Author), John Ferguson(Author), Michael F Lawrence(Author), David Lees(Author)
336 pages, Photos
Publisher: Aula Verlag
Federn, Spuren and Zeichen der Vögel Europas: Ein Feldführer [The Tracks and Signs of the Birds of Britain and Europe: An Identification Guide]
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  • Federn, Spuren and Zeichen der Vögel Europas: Ein Feldführer [The Tracks and Signs of the Birds of Britain and Europe: An Identification Guide] ISBN: 9783891046890 Edition: 4 Hardback Dec 2005 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Language: German

Fully revised edition of this classic field guide, including 10 new colour plates, and covering a number of new species. From feathers and skulls to prey remains and pellets, this guide will enable even the lay ornithologist to establish the presence of a species without ever encountering the bird itself.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Roy Brown(Author), John Ferguson(Author), Michael F Lawrence(Author), David Lees(Author)
336 pages, Photos
Publisher: Aula Verlag
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