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The Birds of Tierra del Fuego / Aves de Tierra del Fuego

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ramón Luis Alvarado(Photographer), Marcela A Alvarado Sánchez(Contributor), Juan Rodrigo Henríquez(Contributor), Lucila Apolinaire(Contributor)
372 pages, 454 colour photos
The Birds of Tierra del Fuego / Aves de Tierra del Fuego
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  • The Birds of Tierra del Fuego / Aves de Tierra del Fuego ISBN: 9789878810867 Paperback Sep 2021 In stock
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

The Birds of Tierra del Fuego is a book that results from an enormous project that has taken various years of investigation, study, time, and patience travelling in different places of the island to capture unique pictures of the great diversity of birds that live in this area.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Ramón Luis Alvarado(Photographer), Marcela A Alvarado Sánchez(Contributor), Juan Rodrigo Henríquez(Contributor), Lucila Apolinaire(Contributor)
372 pages, 454 colour photos
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