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Where to Watch Birds in Southern & Western Spain Andalucia, Extremadura and Gibraltar

World / Checklist Wildlife Guide
By: Ernest FJ Garcia(Author), Andrew "Andy" M Paterson(Author)
400 pages, 30 b/w illustrations, 99 b/w maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Where to Watch Birds in Southern & Western Spain
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  • Where to Watch Birds in Southern & Western Spain ISBN: 9780713683158 Edition: 3 Paperback Mar 2008 In stock
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Southern Iberia is in the top rank of European birding hot spots. The third edition of this popular book, first published in 1994, continues to ensure that visitors can make the most of the region's many attractions.

Regular visits have brought the information on all sites up-to-date: maps, access details and species lists have received particular attention. Popular localities such as Doana, Monfrage and the Strait of Gibraltar get prominent treatment but the reader is encouraged to wander further a field to visit other, less well-known but rewarding sites, including a considerable number of additional localities which are new to this edition.

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Gibraltarian Ernest Garcia and Torremolinos resident Andy Paterson have spent many years living and travelling in the region. Both authors have completed long periods as members of the Iberian Peninsula Rarities committee.

World / Checklist Wildlife Guide
By: Ernest FJ Garcia(Author), Andrew "Andy" M Paterson(Author)
400 pages, 30 b/w illustrations, 99 b/w maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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