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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of the Americas  Birds of Central & South America

Nicaragua: Pacific Slope Birds

Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
13 pages, colour illustrations, colour map
Nicaragua: Pacific Slope Birds
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  • Nicaragua: Pacific Slope Birds ISBN: 9780984010707 Unbound Dec 2011 In stock
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Nicaragua is located in the heart of the Americas where species converge from North and South America, and approximately 710 species of birds have been recorded here. The geography is relatively flat with a maximum altitude of 2438 metres. The country is divided into three biogeographic regions: Pacific, Central, and Caribbean. This laminated pamphlet presents the bird species commonly observed on the Pacific slop of Nicaragua, which includes deciduous forests, dry forest, mangroves, and cloud forests.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Dean(Illustrator)
13 pages, colour illustrations, colour map
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