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Where to Watch Birds in Spain The 100 Best Sites

Out of Print
By: José Antonio Montero(Author)
341 pages, colour photos, maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
Where to Watch Birds in Spain
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  • Where to Watch Birds in Spain ISBN: 9788496553040 Paperback Dec 2006 Out of Print #158895
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The ideal guide for discovering a hundred of the most interesting and accessible natural sites for birding. Includes informative, up-to-date texts on the natural features and ornithological importance of each site and is illustrated with beautiful photographs. Produced with the backing of SEO/BirdLife and the collaboration of over 200 Spanish ornithologists, all of whom share in-depth knowledge on the birds of their respective local areas.

Includes over 200 itineraries detailing habitats of interest for birds: mountains, woodland, grassland, agricultural zones, steppes, riverbanks and gorges, wetlands, coasts and even urban areas. All areas referenced on high precision maps, especially designed for this project. Also includes lists of the most representative species for each site, as well as practical information and useful tips for birdwatchers.

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Out of Print
By: José Antonio Montero(Author)
341 pages, colour photos, maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
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