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Oiseaux Remarquables de Provence Écologie, Statut et Conservation

Flora / Fauna
By: M Lasceve, C Crocq and B Kabouche
320 pages, 200 photos, dist maps
Oiseaux Remarquables de Provence
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  • Oiseaux Remarquables de Provence ISBN: 9782603013915 Hardback Dec 2006 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Language: French

With 237 species of breeding birds and hundreds of wintering and migrating birds, the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region, which includes the Camargue, is France's richest.

Summary in French:
173 monographies présentant le statut de conservation et l’écologie des oiseaux de la région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Oiseaux remarquables de Provence traite de la Camargue et de ses oiseaux d’eau nicheurs, migrateurs et hivernants, mais aussi de la steppe de Crau qui accueille les populations d’outarde canepetière, de faucon crécerellette, de ganga cata et d’alouette calandre ; des garrigues, maquis et pelouses sommitales qui abritent des espèces typiquement méditerranéennes telles les fauvettes méditerranéennes et l’aigle de Bonelli ; des îles provençales qui sont les rares zones de nidification pour les oiseaux marins et enfin, des nombreuses espèces rupestres telles le tichodrome échelette et l’aigle royal qui nichent dans les montagnes.

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Flora / Fauna
By: M Lasceve, C Crocq and B Kabouche
320 pages, 200 photos, dist maps
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