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Ruta Barrancolí A Bird-Finding Guide to the Dominican Republic

Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist Wildlife Guide
By: Steven C Latta(Author), Kate J Wallace(Author), Dana Gardner(Illustrator), Dax Román E(Illustrator)
241 pages, 32 plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, 33 colour maps
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  • Ruta Barrancolí ISBN: 9780615625683 Paperback Dec 2012 In stock
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Ruta Barrancolí is the first national birding trail in the Caribbean and Latin America. Ruta Barrancolí: A Bird-Finding Guide to the Dominican Republic gives full descriptions of 44 sites, and includes 33 maps, 8 check-lists, and original plates of all 32 endemic species. Grouped in five regional birding trails, each site account includes descriptions of habitat, directions for reaching the site and navigating within the site, lists of special target species, and nearby food, accomodations and cultural attractions.

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Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist Wildlife Guide
By: Steven C Latta(Author), Kate J Wallace(Author), Dana Gardner(Illustrator), Dax Román E(Illustrator)
241 pages, 32 plates with colour illustrations; colour photos, 33 colour maps
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