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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds of Australasia

The Slater Field Guide to Australian Birds Third edition

Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Slater(Author), Pat Slater(Author), Raoul Slater(Author)
416 pages, 157 col plates, b/w plates, 750 maps
The Slater Field Guide to Australian Birds
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Beginners and experienced birdwatchers turn to this guide to identify the birds they see in their backyards and on bushwalking or birdwatching expeditions. Designed to slip easily into a pocket, backpack or glove box.

The third edition of the very popular Slater Field Guide to Australian Birds includes 64 new or extensively revised colour plates, incorporating all the new birds observed in Australia, including Tasmania and islands and territories since 1986.

Also included is a re-organisation of the guide into broad habitats – seabirds, shorebirds, inland water birds and bush birds; updated common and scientific names, revised maps, and a new visual index to aid beginners in finding the most appropriate pages in the guide. A must for serious naturalists in Australia, be they beginners or experts.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Peter Slater(Author), Pat Slater(Author), Raoul Slater(Author)
416 pages, 157 col plates, b/w plates, 750 maps
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