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The Book of Raptors

Flora / Fauna Art / Photobook
By: Marcos Lacasa(Editor)
320 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Photodigiscoping
The Book of Raptors
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  • The Book of Raptors ISBN: 9788493953416 Hardback Feb 2013 In stock
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The Book of Raptors is the answer for all those bird fans who have longed to have a book that offers both a high technical quality and that is also illustrated. More than 20 top level scientists and specialists have developed the 23 chapters covering those raptors that are most representative of Europe. The best nature photographers, some of whom have been awarded the world's most prestigious prizes, bring colour to a book that gives us a different perspective from everything published beforehand. All the basic information about each of the species dealt with is summarized in a fact sheet at the end of each chapter thereby leaving the rest of the text to explain the recent experiences of management and previously unpublished characteristics, sharing with the reader through scientific rigour, in an entertaining and direct manner, all the information needed to become an expert in the world of the birds of prey.

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Flora / Fauna Art / Photobook
By: Marcos Lacasa(Editor)
320 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Photodigiscoping
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