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By: Dave Gosney(Presenter)
Runtime: 62 min
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This DVD introduces you to the best birdwatching sites in Morocco from Taroudannt to Merzouga and gives you a real `feel' for what it's like to go birding there.
- More sites: covers no fewer than 17 birding sites including specific locations for species such as Scrub Warbler, Desert Sparrow, Mourning Wheatear, Saharan Olivaceous Warbler, Egyptian Nightjar, Crowned Sandgrouse and Pharaoh Eagle Owl
- More birds: sit back and enjoy footage of almost 50 species, including many of the specialities, all filmed using high-definition digital video cameras
- More information: find out more about the sites and their birds, including what to listen for, to help you find more species
Travel into the deserts of Morocco with birdwatcher Dave Gosney as he shows you exactly how to find many of the most sought-after species. Watch footage of the birds themselves and listen as Dave explains how to recognise them by their songs and calls. There's particularly helpful coverage of how to separate Thekla and Crested Larks and Saharan and Western Olivaceous Warblers.
This DVD has been produced in conjunction with a book of the same title so it's easy to find out all you need about every site in the film. The DVD is ideal for showing you each place and its birds and the book is perfect for giving you lots more information, including detailed maps, in a portable format - together they make the complete guide.
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