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Steltlopers van Europa [Waders of Europe]

Flora / Fauna
By: Lars van Gejl(Author), Theunis Piersma(Foreword By), Ger Meesters(Translated by)
375 pages, 670+ colour photos, 189 b/w illustrations
Publisher: KNNV Uitgeverij
Steltlopers van Europa [Waders of Europe]
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Language: Dutch

Steltlopers van Europa is an in-depth and richly illustrated book covering all 82 wader species breeding in Europe, including rare species and vagrants. Includes bird sounds with QR codes and detailed photos show unique features, plumage, in-flight images, dorsal and ventral views:
- Includes comparative in-flight images and details images of adult and immature birds
- Per species describes ecology, behaviour, breeding biology, vocalisations and distribution
- Detailed photos show unique features useful for identification
- Describes bird calls and includes QR codes for playback
- Includes silhouettes to allow quick identification
- Images all plumage variations, flight silhouettes, and ventral and dorsal views

Summary in Dutch:
Een zeer uitgebreide en rijk geïllustreerde publicatie over de 82 soorten steltlopers die in Europa broeden, inclusief de zeldzame soorten en dwaalgasten. Gedetailleerde foto's met onderscheidende kenmerken, alle kleden, vliegbeelden, boven- en onderaanzicht en vogelgeluiden (QR codes).
- Vergelijkende vliegbeelden en gedetailleerd beeld van volwassen en onvolwassen vogels
- Per soort beschrijving van ecologie, gedrag, broedbiologie, geluid en verspreiding
- Gedetailleerde foto’s met onderscheidende kenmerken
- Vogelgeluiden (met QR codes om het geluid te beluisteren)
- Silhouetten ten behoeve van snelle identificatie
- Alle kleden, vliegbeelden, boven-en onderaanzicht

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Flora / Fauna
By: Lars van Gejl(Author), Theunis Piersma(Foreword By), Ger Meesters(Translated by)
375 pages, 670+ colour photos, 189 b/w illustrations
Publisher: KNNV Uitgeverij
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