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Owls of Europe

Monograph
Series: Poyser Monographs Volume: 28
By: Heimo Mikkola(Author), Ian Willis(Illustrator)
397 pages, Col illus, b/w photos
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  • Owls of Europe ISBN: 9781408136751 Hardback Oct 2010 In stock
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  • Owls of Europe ISBN: 9780856610349 Hardback Dec 1983 Out of Print #911
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About this book

A detailed study of the 17 owl species breeding in Europe and around the Mediterranean.

Digital reprint of a book originally published in 1983.

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Monograph
Series: Poyser Monographs Volume: 28
By: Heimo Mikkola(Author), Ian Willis(Illustrator)
397 pages, Col illus, b/w photos
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Customer Reviews:

Pretty Damn Good
by John Scops, Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Owl specialist in the United States (02/02/2013)

This book was great. Belongs near Claus Konig's Owls of the World. Good to get, but first get the aforementioned book, James Duncan's Owls of the World, Wayne Lynch's Owls of the US and Canada, and Mikkola's Owls of the World.
 



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"[...] in my view, the finest book on owls ever published and an essential purchase for every serious ornithologist interested in this fascinating group."
– Stanley Cramp, British Birds

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