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Wheatears

Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist Cancelled
By: Hadoram Shirihai(Author), Guido Keijl(Author), Gabriel Gargallo(Author), Christopher Schmidt(Author)
192 pages, 24 col plates, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Wheatears
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  • Wheatears ISBN: 9780713642100 Hardback Publication cancelled #106678
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Wheatears are an attractive group of chats, much sought-after by birders. They also pose considerable identification and identification problems. This book is the first to be devoted specifically to this group.

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Field / Identification Guide World / Checklist Cancelled
By: Hadoram Shirihai(Author), Guido Keijl(Author), Gabriel Gargallo(Author), Christopher Schmidt(Author)
192 pages, 24 col plates, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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