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The Birds of Italy, Volume 2: Pteroclidae - Locustellidae

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Series: The Birds of Italy Volume: 2
By: Pierandrea Brichetti(Author), Giancarlo Fracasso(Author), Mauro Fasola(Foreword By)
415 pages, 82 colour photos, 15 b/w illustrations, 125 b/w distribution maps
The Birds of Italy, Volume 2: Pteroclidae - Locustellidae
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  • The Birds of Italy, Volume 2: Pteroclidae - Locustellidae ISBN: 9788889504635 Hardback Jun 2020 In stock
    £67.50
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Language: English

The first account of the Italian avifauna to be published in English. This is the second of three volumes illustrating the current status of all Italian species, with detailed data on distribution, populations, habitats, breeding biology, movements and wintering. Detailed maps and graphs illustrating geographical distribution of breeding, wintering and rare species, as well as numerical trends for wintering species. The book includes many high-quality colour photographs illustrating both geographical areas important for birds in Italy and many representative species. In this second volume, the 229 reported species (including 88 species with rejected records) are described, with data updated to 2018, and supported by 125 distribution maps, 15 graphs and 82 colour photographs.

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New
Series: The Birds of Italy Volume: 2
By: Pierandrea Brichetti(Author), Giancarlo Fracasso(Author), Mauro Fasola(Foreword By)
415 pages, 82 colour photos, 15 b/w illustrations, 125 b/w distribution maps
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