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Where to Watch Birds in Switzerland

Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Marco Saachi, Peter Ruegg and Jacques Laesser
192 pages, B/w photos, line illus, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Where to Watch Birds in Switzerland
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  • Where to Watch Birds in Switzerland ISBN: 9780713651836 Paperback Sep 1999 Out of Print #97411
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First comprehensive guide to the best birdwatching sites in Switzerland. Covers 45 major sites, with information on species, times to visit, transport and accommodation. Each site has at least one two-colour map with suggested itineries indicated and the text is scattered with line illustrations and photographs.

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Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Marco Saachi, Peter Ruegg and Jacques Laesser
192 pages, B/w photos, line illus, maps
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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