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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Europe/Western Palaearctic

Oiseaux d'Europe Les Reconnaître par Leurs Silhouettes et Leurs Voix

Field / Identification Guide
By: Lars Gejl(Author), Marie-Anne Tattevin(Translated by)
168 pages, 700 colour photos & b/w illustrations
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Language: French

From their general silhouette, this practical guide allows the reader to identify over 400 bird species. Drawn in flight from various angles, in groups, and combining similar silhouettes and those of unique species, this book takes the reader step by step to the right species. In addition, the book focuses on the distinctive elements of different families of birds: shape of the head, beak, wings, and tail. This general description of the different families, genera and typical species make this book an indispensable complement to field guides. An original and practical approach that allows the amateur ornithologist to identify birds with more confidence.

- 400 species of European birds identified from their silhouette
- 115 QR codes to access bird songs
- 700 photos of birds in their natural environment

This book was originally published in Danish.

Summary in French:
A partir de leur silhouette générale, ce guide pratique permet d’identifier plus de 400 espèces d’oiseaux. En vol sous divers angles, en regroupement, silhouettes des sosies ou des espèces uniques, ce livre amène le lecteur pas à pas jusqu’à la bonne espèce. De plus, l’ouvrage est axé sur les éléments distinctifs des différentes familles d’oiseaux : formes de la tête, du bec, des ailes, de la queue. Cette description générale des différentes familles, des genres et des espèces typiques fait de ce livre un complément indispensable aux guides de terrain. Une approche originale et pratique qui permet à l’ornithologue amateur de s’aguerrir à l’identification des oiseaux avec davantage d’assurance.

- 400 espèces d'oiseaux d'Europe identifiables à partir de leur silhouette
- 115 codes QR pour découvrir des oiseaux en situation et leur chant
- 700 photos d’oiseaux dans leur milieu naturel

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Lars Gejl(Author), Marie-Anne Tattevin(Translated by)
168 pages, 700 colour photos & b/w illustrations
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