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Photographic Handbook of the Rare Birds of Britain and Europe

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Dominic Mitchell and Steve Young
191 pages, 683 col photos
Photographic Handbook of the Rare Birds of Britain and Europe
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  • Photographic Handbook of the Rare Birds of Britain and Europe ISBN: 9781859740538 Edition: 2 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #94209
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This is a comprehensive collection of descriptions and photographs of the rare birds that have occured in Europe over the last fifty years. Detailed field descriptions of 267 birds accompany a unique collection of photographs, gathered from first-class bird photographers throughout the region, illustrating the actual rarity sightings themselves. Accurate and up-to-date this complete photographic record includes all the uncommon birds from frequent vagrants to the most exciting rarities. Each description includes details of habit and range, characteristic plumage and behavioural features and details of each and every occurrence throughout Europe. Assembled with up-to-date information supplied by the leading Rarity Committees throughout the region, this book is an indispensable and visually stunning record of all the rare birds seen in Europe in the last fifty years.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Dominic Mitchell and Steve Young
191 pages, 683 col photos
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