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Field Guide to the Birds of Macaronesia Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands, Cape Verde

Field / Identification Guide
By: Eduardo Garcia-del-Rey
341 pages, 150 col plates, 230 dist maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
NHBS
Superb guide to the Atlantic islands
Field Guide to the Birds of Macaronesia
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  • Field Guide to the Birds of Macaronesia ISBN: 9788496553712 Hardback Mar 2011 In stock
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This Field Guide describes and illustrates all the species and subspecies of birds in Macaronesia (the Azores, Madeira, the Savage Islands, the Canary Islands and Cape Verde). Special features include detailed distribution maps, species status for each archipelago and the official list of the birds of Macaronesia compiled by the S.O.C. (Canary Islands Ornithological Society). The guide describes 573 species and subspecies, covering all resident, nesting, migrating and vagrant birds.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Eduardo Garcia-del-Rey
341 pages, 150 col plates, 230 dist maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
NHBS
Superb guide to the Atlantic islands
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