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Guide des Rapaces Diurnes Europe, Afrique du Nord et Moyen-Orient

Field / Identification Guide
By: Benny Génsbøl(Author)
404 pages, ~200 colour photos, ~1000 colour illustrations, 55 colour distribution maps
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Language: French

This is a French translation of Collins Birds of Prey.

This is the updated 3rd edition of this excellent reference guide to birds of prey. The most complete guide to the 49 species of birds of prey (eagles, vultures, hawks, buzzards, osprey and falcons) found in Europe. Every species has a comprehensive descriptive entry, with the most up-to-date information on population, distribution, status, behaviour, habitat, voice, breeding biology, food and hunting techniques. In addition, a separate section deals with the more detailed identification of the species – major ID characteristics, proportions, regional variations, young, juvenile and adult variation, ID of perched birds, ID of flying birds and a section on other similar species that can be easily confused.

Illustrated with 55 maps, nearly 200 photographs and nearly 1000 illustrations, Guide des Rapaces Diurnes is essential reading for anyone interested in the birds of prey of Europe.

Summary in French:
3e édition enrichie et actualisée du guide de référence sur les rapaces diurnes

La présentation des caractères originaux des rapaces : la morphologie, les proies, la reproduction, les migrations, la mortalité. 48 espèces décrites une à une dans le détail : classification, statut et évolution des populations, migrations, habitat, voix, reproduction, alimentation, technique de chasse. Pour chaque espèce, des photographies, une carte de répartition d’une très grande précision, un tableau d’abondance par pays. Un guide de reconnaissance en vol de toutes les espèces, jeunes et adultes, grâce à de très nombreux dessins en couleurs.

Bondrées, Elanion, Milans, Pygargues, Vautours, Gypaète, Circaète, Busards, Autours, Eperviers, Buses, Aigles, Balbuzard, Faucons

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Benny Génsbøl(Author)
404 pages, ~200 colour photos, ~1000 colour illustrations, 55 colour distribution maps
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