||Roy Brown, John Ferguson, Micheal Lawrence, David Lees
||199 mm x 118 mm x 16 mm
||Met illustraties, tekeningen en foto's in kleur
|Jaar van uitgave
||2e druk, juni 2019
Vogelsporen is the right guide if you don't see birds, but their traces are! Birds leave all sorts of traces on the places where they stay or have been. Lost feathers, prey residues, left footprints and droppings betray the species of bird you are dealing with. But also nests, eggs, feeding tracks and of course vomiting balls reveal a lot about the species of birds that have been at work there.
Vogelsporen helps the curious nature lover with extensive information to find the right bird.
Vogelsporen starts with a general introduction to methods and analyzes that cover all kinds of aspects of bird tracks. Subsequently all possible types of bird tracks are discussed in detail in this unique guide. Footprints, feathers, fallow balls, skulls and nests are depicted with more than 1000 illustrations (drawings and photos).
Vogelsporen is a fantastic book for those who want to know which bird the traces found are. It offers birdwatchers and nature lovers a different view of the European bird world.
- Clear explanation
- More than 1000 illustrations
- Handy format