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The Birds of Africa - Volume III

£18.99

Product description

Very good condition with some minor signs of wear to dust jacket. Some fading to spine of dust jacket. Internally clean and bright. Binding strong.

This is by far the most authoritative and comprehensive work ever published on the birds of Africa. The Editors and artists have worked closely with the 16 authors of this volume - all internationally acknowledged experts on their bird families - to produce encyclopaedic accounts of each species. This volume completes the non-passerines, dealing with all species occurring on the continent - residents and visitors alike - in the following families: parrots, turacos, cuckoos, owls, nightjars, swifts, colies, kingfishers and their allies, and woodpeckers and their allies. All are illustrated, and all known biological information is included. The passerines (songbirds) will be covered in four forthcoming volumes, already in preparation.

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Author(s):
C. Hilary Fry, Stuart Keith and Emil K Urban
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1988
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0121373037
ISBN-13:
9780121373030
Number of pages:
611
Publisher:
Academic
Title:
The Birds of Africa volume three

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About this item

Very good condition with some minor signs of wear to dust jacket. Some fading to spine of dust jacket. Internally clean and bright. Binding strong.

This is by far the most authoritative and comprehensive work ever published on the birds of Africa. The Editors and artists have worked closely with the 16 authors of this volume - all internationally acknowledged experts on their bird families - to produce encyclopaedic accounts of each species. This volume completes the non-passerines, dealing with all species occurring on the continent - residents and visitors alike - in the following families: parrots, turacos, cuckoos, owls, nightjars, swifts, colies, kingfishers and their allies, and woodpeckers and their allies. All are illustrated, and all known biological information is included. The passerines (songbirds) will be covered in four forthcoming volumes, already in preparation.

Author(s):
C. Hilary Fry, Stuart Keith and Emil K Urban
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1988
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0121373037
ISBN-13:
9780121373030
Number of pages:
611
Publisher:
Academic
Title:
The Birds of Africa volume three

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