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

Guide to the Identification and Ageing of Holarctic Waders

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
Series: BTO Guides Volume: 17
By: T Prater, J Marchant and J Vuorien
168 pages, 32 b/w & col photos, line drawings, text figs
Guide to the Identification and Ageing of Holarctic Waders
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  • Guide to the Identification and Ageing of Holarctic Waders Paperback Dec 1977 Out of Print #873
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Reprint of 1977 edition. Primarily aimed at ringers who have the opportunity to examine waders in the hand. It contains much information on identification and ageing, sexing and racial characters to aid birdwatchers in the field. The geographical area covered by the guide comprises the Palaearctic and Nearctic faunal regions. All the species of the families Rostratulidae, Haematopodidae, Ibidorhynchidae, Recurvirostridae, Dromadidae, Burhinidae, Glareolidae, Charadriidae and Scolopacidae regularly breeding within the Holarctic are described in detail.

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