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The Atlas of Rare Pheasants, Volume 2

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Series: The Atlas of Rare Pheasants Volume: 2
By: Keith Howman and Timothy Greenwood
248 pages, 25 paintings, 24 hand painted maps with overlays
Publisher: Palawan Press
The Atlas of Rare Pheasants, Volume 2
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  • The Atlas of Rare Pheasants, Volume 2 ISBN: 9780952300946 Hardback Oct 2001 Out of Print #71608
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In the tradition of the great victorian monographs, this sumptuous atlas is the first dedicated to pheasants and is a unique collection of hand-painted maps and illustrations. This volume covers the remaining members of the pheasant family (24 species) and includes the gorgeous variety of iridescent peacocks, the Lady Amherst pheasant, and the Golden Pheasant. It contains original paintings by one of Britain's leading wildlife painters of each species of pheasant, set against a background of their local habitat. Additionally it contains hand painted maps of each area in Asia and Africa where pheasants are endemic. The Atlas is presented in a limited edition format of 202 copies.

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Distribution Atlas Out of Print
Series: The Atlas of Rare Pheasants Volume: 2
By: Keith Howman and Timothy Greenwood
248 pages, 25 paintings, 24 hand painted maps with overlays
Publisher: Palawan Press
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