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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Africa

Sasol Birdwatching in Southern Africa

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Peter Ryan
96 pages, Col photos, maps
Sasol Birdwatching in Southern Africa
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  • Sasol Birdwatching in Southern Africa ISBN: 9781770073913 Edition: 2 Paperback Aug 2008 Out of Print #165294
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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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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Peter Ryan
96 pages, Col photos, maps
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