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Guia Para la Identificacion de las Aves de Argentina y Uruguay

Field / Identification Guide
By: T Narosky and D Yzurieta
345 pages, 2000 col illus, 1000 dist maps
Guia Para la Identificacion de las Aves de Argentina y Uruguay
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  • Guia Para la Identificacion de las Aves de Argentina y Uruguay ISBN: 9789879132067 Edition: 15 Paperback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Spanish

Spanish version of Birds of Argentina and Uruguay. Describes 1000 species, including 94% of the birds of southern Brazil and 95% of those of Paraguay.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: T Narosky and D Yzurieta
345 pages, 2000 col illus, 1000 dist maps
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