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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Africa

SASOL Voëls van Suider Afrika [SASOL Guide Birds of Southern Africa]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ian Sinclair(Author), Phil AR Hockey(Author), Warwick Tarboton(Author), Niall Perrins(Author), Dominic Rollinson(Author), Peter G Ryan(Author), Norman Arlott(Illustrator), Peter Hayman(Illustrator), Alan Harris(Illustrator), Faansie Peacock(Illustrator)
482 pages, plates with ~3000 colour illustrations; colour distribution maps
SASOL Voëls van Suider Afrika [SASOL Guide Birds of Southern Africa]
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  • SASOL Voëls van Suider Afrika [SASOL Guide Birds of Southern Africa] ISBN: 9781775846734 Paperback regular format (148 × 210 mm), waterproof PVC cover Jul 2020 Unavailable #252395
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About this book

Language: Afrikaans

Now in its fifth edition, SASOL Voëls van Suider Afrika has been brought fully up to date by its expert author panel, with additional contributions from two new birding experts.

Greatly enhanced, the fifth edition of this comprehensive, best-selling guide features:
- More than 1,000 new illustrations
- Playback of bird calls by means of barcodes that can be scanned with a smartphone, using the free, downloadable app
- Fully revised text (with the latest species records), maps and plate annotations
- Fresh input from new contributing authors
-  Comprehensive coverage of the region’s birds

Summary in Afrikaans:
Die vyfde uitgawe van SASOL Voëls van Suider-Afrika is tans volledig bygewerk deur die deskundige skrywerspaneel, met bykomende bydraes van twee nuwe voëldeskundiges. Hierdie omvattende topverkopergids is grootliks verbeter en sal beslis sy plek behou as een van die mees betroubare veldgidse in Afrika.

Belangrike kenmerke van die nuwe uitgawe:
- Meer as 800 nuwe illustrasies
- Skandeer en speel voëlroepe deur die gratis aflaaibare toep te gebruik
- Omvattende hersiening (met mees onlangse spesierekords), verspreidingskaarte en plaatbyskrifte
- Nuwe toevoegings van bydraende skrywers
- Omvattende dekking van die streek se voëls

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Biography

Ian Sinclair is one of Africa’s foremost fi eld birders and has authored or co-authored over 20 bird books. Phil Hockey (1956–2013), former Director of the Fitz Institute at UCT, was a recognised authority on the biology of southern African birds. Warwick Tarboton is a well-known bird expert and writer who has produced a number of well-received books. Peter Ryan is Director of the Fitz Institute at UCT and has authored several books on the region’s birds. Niall Perrins is a dedicated birder, photographer and bird guide. Dominic Rollinson holds a PhD in seabird conservation and works as a bird guide.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ian Sinclair(Author), Phil AR Hockey(Author), Warwick Tarboton(Author), Niall Perrins(Author), Dominic Rollinson(Author), Peter G Ryan(Author), Norman Arlott(Illustrator), Peter Hayman(Illustrator), Alan Harris(Illustrator), Faansie Peacock(Illustrator)
482 pages, plates with ~3000 colour illustrations; colour distribution maps
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