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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Europe/Western Palaearctic

The New Encyclopedia of British, European & African Birds An Illustrated Guide and Identifier to Over 550 Birds, Profiling Habitat, Behaviour, Nesting and Food

Field / Identification Guide Popular Science
By: David Alderton(Author), Peter Barrett(Illustrator)
256 pages, 500+ colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Southwater
The New Encyclopedia of British, European & African Birds
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The habitats of Great Britain, Europe and Africa boast some of the most interesting and adaptable members of the avian world. This accessible and fully illustrated guide presents some of the rare and familiar species of these lands. From the grace of a mute swan to the striking casque of an African crowned hornbill, each has the power to enthrall. An expert, accessible introduction explains how birds evolved, their different habitats and habits, and gives practical tips on fieldcraft. A directory of over 550 species features intricate artworks, and describes everything from variable plumage to bill shapes, distribution, size, food, eggs and nests.

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David Alderton has had a lifelong interest in birds, and has travelled widely, observing them on every continent in a wide range of different habitats. He has also been involved with birds in the conservation sphere.

Field / Identification Guide Popular Science
By: David Alderton(Author), Peter Barrett(Illustrator)
256 pages, 500+ colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Southwater
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