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Las Aves de Canarias [The Birds of the Canary Islands]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Francisco Pérez Padrón(Author)
319 pages, 238+ colour photos, 1 b/w illustration, tables
Las Aves de Canarias [The Birds of the Canary Islands]
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  • Las Aves de Canarias [The Birds of the Canary Islands] ISBN: 9788415326977 Edition: 5 Paperback Jan 2012 In stock
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Language: Spanish

Popular field guide now in its fifth edition, covers 370 species.

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Las Aves de Canarias, de Francisco Pérez Padrón, se mantiene como un clásico de la literatura ornitológica canaria, incorporando buena parte del conocimiento actual sobre la avifauna del archipiélago. Sin lugar a dudas, este nuevo trabajo contribuirá una vez más a despertar el entusiasmo y el interés por las Aves de Canarias a un buen número de lectores.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Francisco Pérez Padrón(Author)
319 pages, 238+ colour photos, 1 b/w illustration, tables
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