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Observer les Oiseaux au Jardin

Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Burton(Author)
144 pages, colour photos
Observer les Oiseaux au Jardin
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Language: French

Explores a wide range of bird behaviour including courtship, territorial behaviour, singing, nesting, foraging, flying, feeding, and migration. The emphasis is on leisurely observing the birds that frequent your garden and taking time to spot the different characteristics of each species as they feed, interact, or raise their young, in order to gradually build up a comprehensive understanding of their behaviour.

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Pour vous guider dans vos découvertes, Observer les oiseaux au jardin présente les étapes caractéristiques de la vie des oiseaux du jardin tout au long de l’année : recherche de nourriture, conflits de territoires, accouplement, nidification, premiers envols… À travers de nombreux exemples concrets et une illustration abondante, cet ouvrage permet d’acquérir des bases simples mais très efficaces pour comprendre ce qui se passe de jour comme de nuit autour des mangeoires, des bassins, ou tout simplement dans les arbres, haies, pelouses, massifs de fleurs...

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert Burton(Author)
144 pages, colour photos
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