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Seltene Vögel in Deutschland 2014 [Rare Birds in Germany 2014]

Report Out of Print
By: Deutsche Avifaunistische Kommission (DAK)(Editor)
64 pages, colour photos. colour maps
Seltene Vögel in Deutschland 2014 [Rare Birds in Germany 2014]
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Language: German

Next to the rarity report for 2014, the fourth release of Seltene Vögel in Deutschland also contains interesting contributions on the occurrence of the Sandhill crane outside its regular distribution range, the influx of bush warblers to Germany and Europe in spring 2014, the first German record of the Pacific swift in May 2014. In addition, the booklet contains a current list of addresses of national avifaunistic commissions.

Summary in German:
Die vierte Ausgabe von „Seltene Vögel in Deutschland“ beinhaltet neben dem Seltenheitenbericht für das Jahr 2014 auch interessante Beiträge zum Auftreten des Kanadakranichs abseits seiner regulären Verbreitung, zum Einflug von Buschrohrsängern nach Deutschland und Europa im Frühjahr 2014 sowie zum deutschen Erstnachweis des Pazifikseglers im Mai 2014. Darüber hinaus enthält das Heft eine aktuelle Übersicht der Anschriften der Avifaunistischen Landeskommissionen.

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Report Out of Print
By: Deutsche Avifaunistische Kommission (DAK)(Editor)
64 pages, colour photos. colour maps
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