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Grands Échassiers, Gallinacés, Râles d'Europe [Great Waders, Fowl, and Rails of Europe]

By: Paul Géroudet(Author), Georges Olioso(Author)
490 pages, colou illustrations
Grands Échassiers, Gallinacés, Râles d'Europe [Great Waders, Fowl, and Rails of Europe]
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Language: French

Reprint of this classic work. It describes all the herons, galliformes and rallidae in Europe

Summary in French:
Grands Échassiers … ce sont les hérons, les cigognes, les ibis et encore les flamants, oiseaux spectaculaires et fascinants qui hantent les bords de l'eau. Gallinacés … c’est la tribu des tétras, des perdrix, des faisans et des cailles, gibiers traditionnels dont l’existence n’est pourtant guère connue. Râles … voici la famille des mystérieux habitants des marais, avec leurs parentes les grues de haute taille et les outardes des vastes plaines.

Dans cet ouvrage, Paul Géroudet évoque et décrit tous ces oiseaux d’Europe, tels qu’il les a vus dans la nature entre la Méditerranée et la Laponie.

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By: Paul Géroudet(Author), Georges Olioso(Author)
490 pages, colou illustrations
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