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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Birds of the World

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David Alderton(Author)
512 pages, 1300 col photos and illus
Publisher: Lorenz Books
The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Birds of the World
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  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Birds of the World ISBN: 9780754814993 Hardback Dec 2004 Out of Print #147751
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A beautifully illustrated guide to over 1000 birds from around the world, detailing distribution, habitat, size, feeding and nesting behaviour. An introduction covers the evolution of birds, their anatomy, common features, behaviour and geographical distribution. Practical tips on fieldcraft and birdwatching to help with observation and identification is also included. A family reference.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David Alderton(Author)
512 pages, 1300 col photos and illus
Publisher: Lorenz Books
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