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Raptors of Southern Queensland

Field / Identification Guide
By: Gregory Czechura(Author), Chris Field(Author)
68 pages, colour photos
Raptors of Southern Queensland
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  • Raptors of Southern Queensland ISBN: 9780977594344 Paperback Jan 2007 Out of stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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This pocket guide covers an area of Southern Queensland, Australia, bordered by Marlborough, the Gold Coast, Blackwater and St George. Raptor watching is a challenging and exciting pursuit. Field guides for raptors usually focus on plumage and colour, but this innovative booklet also emphasises the shape and form of the birds while perched, or in flight. The text describes all 24 species of raptors endemic to Australia and is enhanced by more than 100 beautiful images.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Gregory Czechura(Author), Chris Field(Author)
68 pages, colour photos
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