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The Birds of Ecuador, Volume 2: Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide
Series: The Birds of Ecuador Volume: 2
By: Robert Ridgely and Paul J Greenfield
740 pages, 96 col plates, 117 line illus, 1 col map, 1596 distrib maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
The Birds of Ecuador, Volume 2: Field Guide
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  • The Birds of Ecuador, Volume 2: Field Guide ISBN: 9780713661170 Paperback Jul 2001 In stock
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Language: English, also available in Spanish

All species are illustrated in colour, including migrants and vagrants and visually distinctive subspecies. The text focuses on the field identification aspects of each species, including their behaviour, vocalisations, and nest appearance.

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Robert S. Ridgely is a world-renowned ornithologist at the Academy of Natural Sciences and the author of Birds of Panama and Birds of South America; Paul J. Greenfield has been studying and painting the birds while residing in Ecuador for 28 years.

Field / Identification Guide
Series: The Birds of Ecuador Volume: 2
By: Robert Ridgely and Paul J Greenfield
740 pages, 96 col plates, 117 line illus, 1 col map, 1596 distrib maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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