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This field guide covers the area of the Gambia, a country which is very popular with a large number of birders. The Gambia shelters many migrants from the Western Palearctic, from September to April, as well as having a significant list of resident West African birds. The guide also covers Senegal, which almost entirely surrounds The Gambia. The colour plates depict 570 species - virtually every species recorded in The Gambia - and the text covers every species on the Senegambian list, as well as a few which are likely to turn up in the future. In total, over 660 species are described in the book.
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Book Description Christopher Helm Publishers Ltd, London, 2005. Soft Cover. 1st Paperback. 400pp. The book is in good condition with wear to corners and spineand general signs of use. Pencil crosses to some pages, perhaps indicating species identified. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 010150
Book Description London: Christopher Helm/A & C Black, (2006, 2006. revised reprint).Octavo, paperback,400 pp.,colour illustrations, maps. A practical field guide to Gambia illustrated with 48 stunning colour plates, depicting each species in all its plumages. These plates are supplemented by useful line drawings and figures. The introduction provides an overview of the region's history, geography and ecology. The concise text includes essential information on field identification, as well as voice, behaviour, habitat and distribution. The clear layout and practical format make this book ideal for use in the field. Seller Inventory # 24284
Book Description London : A&C Black, 2009. broschiert. Condition: Gut. 408 S. Deckel leicht angeschmutzt, minimal verzogen, Spr.: engl. ISBN: 9780713675498 ----------------->Das Impressum, die Informationen zum Widerrufsrecht, die AGB und die Datenschutzerklärung finden Sie unter ĄTerms of Sale". Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 734. Seller Inventory # 66296