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The Birds of Corsica An Annotated Checklist

World / Checklist Out of Print
By: Jean-Claude Thibault and Gilles Bonaccorsi
171 pages, 16pp colour plates, tabs, maps
The Birds of Corsica
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  • The Birds of Corsica ISBN: 9780907446217 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #94844
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Fine avifauna of the Mediterranean island. The systematic list details the status of over 320 breeding, migrant and vagrant species. The introductory chapters include detailed sections on Corsica's general history, geology and geography, climate, vegetation, breeding species (including endemicity and trends), migration, conservation, history of ornithological activity and data collection.

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World / Checklist Out of Print
By: Jean-Claude Thibault and Gilles Bonaccorsi
171 pages, 16pp colour plates, tabs, maps
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