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    Pocket Photo Guide to the Birds of France

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    AuthorsJames Lowen & Aurélien Audevard
    LanguageEngels
    ISBN97814729011
    PublisherBloomsbury
    Pages144
    Format19 x 9,5 cm
    Binding methodPaperback
    ImagesFull colour foto's 
    Year of Publishing2018

    There are various bird guides to be found about Europe, Western Europe and parts of France at the Veldshop. But a field guide that describes more than 250 species of birds in this country was not available. Now there is the Pocket Photo Guide to the Birds of France, a book you can put in your pocket during a walk through one of the many beautiful regions of this fantastic country. Whether you go hiking in the French Alps, visit the Atlantic coast or travel inland, you can immediately start determining which bird you've spotted thanks to this booklet. In addition to the beautiful images and silhouettes, you'll find texts about each species with regard to their lifestyle, behavior and distribution of the spotted bird species. This field guide is ideal for every Francophile with a predilection for nature and birdwatching.

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    9781472949011
    EAN
    9781472949011

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