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By: Peter Ryan
96 pages, Col photos, maps
Birdwatching in Southern Africa addresses questions such as what to look for when purchasing equipment, what field guides and other resources exist, and how cultivate skills in the field. In a down-to-earth, rich-in-experience style, the guide covers identification problems, aspects of sea- and nightbirding and the ways in which amateur birders help to make birds the best studied group of amimals in the world. Brief descriptions of Southern African habitats include a selection of top birding spots in each area. The guide ends with a well-compiled list of addresses and useful information for beginners and more experienced birders.
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