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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Non-Passerines  Seabirds, Shorebirds & Wildfowl

Flight Identification of European Seabirds

Field / Identification Guide
By: Anders Blomdahl, Bertil Breife and Niklas Holmstrom
374 pages, 690 col photos
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Flight Identification of European Seabirds
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  • Flight Identification of European Seabirds ISBN: 9780713686166 Paperback Jul 2007 In stock
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  • Flight Identification of European Seabirds ISBN: 9780713660203 Paperback Apr 2003 Out of Print #106685
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Essential field guide for seawatching, whether it be from land or at sea, specifically designed to address the particular problems and limitations of this type of birding. Over 650 colour photographs show every seabird species likely to be encountered in European waters, in all plumages. Key features of each species are depicted intypical field conditions, with particular attention paid to shape and flight action, as well as plumage. Detailed text provides practical field advice and essential guidance on identification.

Re-issue of the 2003 edition in a new format.

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The authors are all experienced and widely travelled birders with a particular interest in seabirds.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Anders Blomdahl, Bertil Breife and Niklas Holmstrom
374 pages, 690 col photos
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Media reviews

"Brilliant! I have been waiting half my birding life for this book – and here it is, as good as I could hope to expect."
- fatbirder.com

"This book is an excellent help; a must for anyone wanting to get to grips with identifying birds at sea."
- BTO News (July/August 2007)

"The book acts as a primer for beginners and a tester for the experienced; a real bargain – don't go seawatching without it."
- Bird Watching (September 2007)

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