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Pipits and Wagtails of Europe, Asia and North America

Field / Identification Guide
By: Per Alstrom, Krister Mild and Bill Zetterstrom
496 pages, 30 col plates, 270 col photos, line illus, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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Is the first comprehensive guide to all the species and subspecies of Pipit and Wagtail that occur in Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America. The detailed species accounts cover all areas of identification including taxonomy, size and structure, plumage, geographical variation, anatomical movements, moult and ageing, sexing, voice, behaviour, distribution and habitat. Great care has been taken to illustrate and describe accurately the differences between all valid subspecies as well as differences relating to sex and age. Systematics are also discussed in great detail.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Per Alstrom, Krister Mild and Bill Zetterstrom
496 pages, 30 col plates, 270 col photos, line illus, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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