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Wildlife Conservation Society Aves do Brasil, Volume 2: Mata Atlântica do Sudeste [Wildlife Conservation Society Birds of Brazil, Volume 2: The Atlantic Forest of Southeast Brazil, including São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert S Ridgely(Author), John A Gwynne(Author), Guy Tudor(Author), Martha Argel(Author)
424 pages, colour photos, ~ 1300 colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Wildlife Conservation Society Aves do Brasil, Volume 2: Mata Atlântica do Sudeste [Wildlife Conservation Society Birds of Brazil, Volume 2: The Atlantic Forest of Southeast Brazil, including São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro]
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  • Wildlife Conservation Society Aves do Brasil, Volume 2: Mata Atlântica do Sudeste [Wildlife Conservation Society Birds of Brazil, Volume 2: The Atlantic Forest of Southeast Brazil, including São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro] ISBN: 9788588031388 Paperback Nov 2015 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Portugese

The second volume in this series covers the avifauna of The Atlantic Forest of Southeast Brazil, including São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and covers some 927 species. Please note that the English version will be published mid-2016.

Summary in Portuguese:
O Brasil, quinto maior país do mundo, é um dos lugares mais ricos em diversidade e endemismo de aves em todo o planeta. Com a série de guias de campo Aves do Brasil, a Wildlife Conservation Society reúne uma equipe internacional de primeira, que faz justiça à incrível diversidade da avifauna brasileira. Este segundo guia da série que deverá contar com cinco volumes apresenta as 927 espécies de aves que ocorrem no bioma da Mata Atlântica no Sudeste do Brasil. Moderno e compacto, este guia de campo traz ilustrações a cores de qualidade incomparável, textos com as características de identificação e mapas de distribuição de cada ave, facilitando o reconhecimento de todas as espécies com ocorrência regular nessa área tão importante do país.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Robert S Ridgely(Author), John A Gwynne(Author), Guy Tudor(Author), Martha Argel(Author)
424 pages, colour photos, ~ 1300 colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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