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Field Guide to the Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar / Guia de Aves del Estrecho de Gibraltas "Los Alcornocales" Natural Park and "La Janda" / Parque Natural "Los Alcornocales" y Comarca de "La Janda"

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David Barros and David Rios
328 pages, 115 colour plates, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps,
Field Guide to the Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar / Guia de Aves del Estrecho de Gibraltas
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  • Field Guide to the Birds of the Strait of Gibraltar / Guia de Aves del Estrecho de Gibraltas ISBN: 9788460745457 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #130227
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

Covers the Strait of Gibraltar, Los Alcornocales Natural Park and La Junda. A total of 380 species and sub-species are described and illustrated including resident, breeding or wintering species, migrants and occasional species. Other chapters cover the history of ornithology in the region, characteristic habitats, migration, scientific ringing, places of ornithological interest, migration and watchpoints.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David Barros and David Rios
328 pages, 115 colour plates, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps,
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