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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Passerines

Shrikes and Bush-Shrikes Including Wood-Shrikes, Helmet-Shrikes, Flycatcher-Shrikes, Philentomas, Batises and Wattle-Eyes

Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna Geology Guide
By: Tony Harris and Kim Franklin
392 pages, 41 col plates, line illus, 114 maps
Publisher: Helm
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  • Shrikes and Bush-Shrikes ISBN: 9780713638615 Hardback Aug 2000 In stock
    £49.99
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Covers the identification, biology and relationships of all true shrikes, bush-shrikes, helmet-shrikes, wood-shrikes, the closely-related shrike flycatchers, philentomas, batises and wattle-eyes. This group comprises 114 species in 21 genera within the families Laniidae and Malaconotidae. All species are portrayed in 41 colour plates, consisting of over 480 illustrations and depicting differences in sex, age, geographical variation, and flight pattern. Facing the plates are identification captions and colour distribution maps. The text comprises detailed species accounts, providing current knowledge on field identification, plumage descriptions, geographical variation, moult, distribution, movements, general and foraging behaviour, food, sounds, and breeding behaviour.

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Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna Geology Guide
By: Tony Harris and Kim Franklin
392 pages, 41 col plates, line illus, 114 maps
Publisher: Helm
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