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The Birds of Israel

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Hadoram Shirihai(Editor), D Dovrat(Editor), David A Christie(Editor)
876 pages, 48 pp col section (250 colour photos), 1,000 maps, figures & tables
The Birds of Israel
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  • The Birds of Israel ISBN: 9780126402551 Hardback Jul 2002 Out of Print #21254
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Israel is an important area for ornithologists. Situated on one of the major Palearctic-African migration routes, large numbers of birds pass through the country. This mammoth work is a complete, up-to-date reference on bird distribution in, and migration through, Israel. The book distinguishes all subspecies found in Israel, and details seasonal occurrence. In addition there are chapters on the history of ornithology in Israel, features of the avifauna, and geography. The species accounts give subspecies, status, habitat and general occurrence, distribution, numbers and annual cycle, with maps of seasonal distribution and breeding.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Hadoram Shirihai(Editor), D Dovrat(Editor), David A Christie(Editor)
876 pages, 48 pp col section (250 colour photos), 1,000 maps, figures & tables
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