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

Limicoles, Gangas et Pigeons d'Europe [ Waders, Gangas and Pigeons of Europe]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Paul Géroudet(Author), Georges Olioso(Author)
640 pages, illustrations
Limicoles, Gangas et Pigeons d'Europe [ Waders, Gangas and Pigeons of Europe]
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Language: French

An identification guide to the shorebirds, pigeons and doves of Europe:

Summary in French:
Les Limicoles sont des "petits échassiers", une famille nombreuse qui fréquente les marais et les toundras à la belle saison, puis fréquemment les rivages, en particulier les vasières maritimes. Leurs migrations survolent trois continents, des confins arctiques de la Sibérie à l'Afrique australe, en passant par l'Europe.

Les Pigeons et Tourterelles, sont beaucoup plus proches de nous. Quant aux Gangas, proches des pigeons, ils habitent des régions arides. Mais qui peut se flatter de bien connaître les uns ou les autres ?

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Paul Géroudet(Author), Georges Olioso(Author)
640 pages, illustrations
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