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Oiseaux Marins, Cotiêrs et des Zones Humides de Nouvelle-Calédonie Guide d’Identification

Field / Identification Guide
By: Nicolas Barré(Author), Olivier Hébert(Author), Frédéric Desmoulins(Author)
Oiseaux Marins, Cotiêrs et des Zones Humides de Nouvelle-Calédonie
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Language: French

This pocket guide concisely describes more than 60 bird species, and not only covers breeding species, but also the most common migratory species from amongst the more than 120 species found at sea, along the coast or in wetlands. It provides the amateur naturalist and manager the information needed to identify and better understand the birds of these environments, and is supplemented with information on the threats and safeguards that ought to be implemented.

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Ce guide de poche décrit de manière concise plus de 60 espèces, celles qui nichent mais aussi les migratrices les plus communes parmi plus de 120 espèces rencontrées en mer, le long des côtes ou dans les zones humides. Il apporte au naturaliste amateur et au gestionnaire les informations nécessaires pour identifier et mieux connaître les oiseaux de ces milieux, complétées par des précisions sur les menaces et les mesures de protection souhaitables à mettre en place.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Nicolas Barré(Author), Olivier Hébert(Author), Frédéric Desmoulins(Author)
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