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The Complete Guide to Birds of Britain and Europe

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Paul Sterry(Author), Andrew Cleave(Author), Andy N Clements(Author), Peter Goodfellow(Author), Mike Toms(Author)
320 pages, 700 watercolour paintings, 450 dist maps
The Complete Guide to Birds of Britain and Europe
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  • The Complete Guide to Birds of Britain and Europe ISBN: 9780749558628 Edition: 3 Hardback Feb 2009 Out of Print #178426
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Written by Dr. Paul Sterry, leading wildlife expert and author, this beautifully presented guide to more than 500 species of bird includes magnificent artwork by leading bird artists. This is an ideal family reference book, with strong gift appeal for anyone with an interest in bird watching. The guide is presented in full colour throughout, with authoritative and concise writing from leading ornithologists. Each species entry includes at least one illustration, distribution map and detailed background information, e.g. habitat, feeding habits and flight behaviour. Also included is advice on the best times and places to view the more secretive or rarer birds.
 

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Paul Sterry(Author), Andrew Cleave(Author), Andy N Clements(Author), Peter Goodfellow(Author), Mike Toms(Author)
320 pages, 700 watercolour paintings, 450 dist maps
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