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Field Guide to New Guinea Birds of the Hewa Territory

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: William Thomas(Author), Tama Alulu(Author), Randall FitzGerald(Author)
229 pages, colour illustrations
Field Guide to New Guinea Birds of the Hewa Territory
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  • Field Guide to New Guinea Birds of the Hewa Territory ISBN: 9780578102566 Paperback Jan 2012 Out of Print #203781
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Field Guide to New Guinea Birds of the Hewa Territory

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Field Guide to New Guinea Birds of the Hewa Territory aims to establish a common understanding of birds between the Hewa and western naturalists. It covers 184 species of birds found in this region and contains illustrations and information/illustrations of habitat and elevation preferences, and preferred food items. The authors purposely avoided any analysis of linguistic or cognitive categories so that Field Guide to New Guinea Birds of the Hewa Territory would speak plainly to bird lovers and conservationists. Gives common name, scientific name and the name in the four indigenous languages spoken in the region.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: William Thomas(Author), Tama Alulu(Author), Randall FitzGerald(Author)
229 pages, colour illustrations
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