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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Africa

Newman's Birds by Colour Southern Africa's Common Birds Arranged by Colour

Field / Identification Guide
By: Kenneth B Newman(Author)
304 pages, Col illus
Newman's Birds by Colour
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  • Newman's Birds by Colour ISBN: 9781770079427 Edition: 3 Paperback May 2011 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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This new edition of Newman's Birds by Colour has been updated to reflect latest name changes and now includes distribution maps for each species. It offers a quick and easy way to identify birds: they are grouped according to the dominant colour of their plumage (or even beak or legs) and other distinctive and clearly visible features such as collar and breast bands, head crests and speckled plumage. The colour-coded arrangement makes the book an ideal guide for the beginner birder, but will also appeal to more experienced birdwatchers as a quick reference to common species.

A comprehensive introduction to the world of birds and birding includes such topics as bird classification, identification features, migration, feeding and habitats. There are helpful sections offering information on what you need to go birding, and where and when to look for birds.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Kenneth B Newman(Author)
304 pages, Col illus
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