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Remarkable Woodpeckers Incredible Images and Characteristics

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By: Stan Tekiela(Author)
144 pages, colour photos
Remarkable Woodpeckers
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Experience woodpeckers as you've never seen them before. Stan Tekiela shines a spotlight on these extraordinary winged creatures, depicting their lives through his award-winning photographic talents and with compelling text based on years of personal observations.

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Art / Photobook
By: Stan Tekiela(Author)
144 pages, colour photos
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