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Since the early days of the Victorian naturalists who discovered the ecological treasures of the Iberian Peninsular, the region has attracted innumerable visitors. Despite this, there have remarkably few books on birds and bird watching. In this stunning volume, printed on heavy glossy stock throughout, the authors guide us to the main habitats of the species of birds which are found in the region as well as the more important ornithological sites. This book includes examinations of 150 bird species and the main areas in which they can be found. The descriptions provide the status of each species in Iberia as well as placing them in their global context. The Iberian Peninsula forms a distinct geographical environment, not only for the unique species found there, but also as the crossroads of the twice-annual journey between Europe and Africa made by most migratory birds. This is a major reference work for any bird watcher who plans a trip to the site or for the armchair traveler and the general reader. With more than 150 full-color photographs and seventeen black-and-white sketches, Birds of Iberia is a treasure to have to have and to hold.
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