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Newman's Birds of the South Western Cape - Poster 107 species of birds commonly found in the fynbos, forest and karoo veld habitats of the region

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By: Kenneth B Newman(Illustrator)
colour illustrations, size: 594 × 860 mm, double-laminated
Manufacturer: Korck Publishing
Newman's Birds of the South Western Cape - Poster
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Newman's Birds of the South Western Cape - Poster

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This poster illustrates 107 species of birds commonly found in the fynbos, forest and Karoo veld habitats of the region (and lists 192 birds of the region). The illustrations are by Kenneth Newman.

Among the bird families represented on this poster are bulbul, bunting, buzzard, canary, chat, cisticola, cuckoo, dove, eagle, eremomela, finch, flycatcher, francolin, grebe, lark, owl, prinia, robin, shelduck, starling, sunbird, swift, rock thrush, tit, titbabbler, warbler, and woodpecker.

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By: Kenneth B Newman(Illustrator)
colour illustrations, size: 594 × 860 mm, double-laminated
Manufacturer: Korck Publishing
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