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The Birds of Cape Verde Islands An Annotated Checklist

World / Checklist Out of Print
By: Cornelis J Hazevoet
192 pages, 48 col plates, tabs, maps
The Birds of Cape Verde Islands
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  • The Birds of Cape Verde Islands ISBN: 9780907446170 Hardback Dec 1995 Out of Print #32174
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The first avifauna to be published on this oceanic island group that lies off the West African coast. As with other checklists in the series, initial chapters cover geology, geography, climate, vegetation and bird habitats, as well as breeding, migration, conservation, zoogeography, systematics and history. The main part of the book comprises the Systematic List, giving detailed accounts of every species reliably recorded (some 164).

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World / Checklist Out of Print
By: Cornelis J Hazevoet
192 pages, 48 col plates, tabs, maps
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