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Where to Watch Birds in Central America and the Caribbean

Wildlife Guide
By: Nigel Wheatley and David Brewer
436 pages, Bw illus, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Where to Watch Birds in Central America and the Caribbean
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  • Where to Watch Birds in Central America and the Caribbean ISBN: 9780713646870 Paperback Jan 2002 In stock
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Covers the best birding sites in Central America and the Caribbean, taking into account habitat, timing, access and the time of of year for each site. It includes detailed maps of the larger sites, plus general maps of the regions covered, and is well illustrated with line drawings.

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Nigel Wheatley is the sole author of the previous 5 volumes in the Where to watch birds (world series). He is now a freelance ornithologist, resident in the Isles of Scilly. David Brewer is a chemist by profession, with extensive experience of birding in Central and South America. He is the author of Wrens, Dippers, and Thrashers, also published by Christopher Helm.
Wildlife Guide
By: Nigel Wheatley and David Brewer
436 pages, Bw illus, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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