5 edition of Handbook of British birds found in the catalog.
In 5 volumes.
|Statement||H.F. & G. Witherby|
|Publishers||H.F. & G. Witherby|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
The RSPB Handbook provides a complete, single source of basic information to our most familiar birds.
It is the perfect photographic field guide for the birdwatching beginner. Author s : Simon Harrap• What is the best British bird book? Editorial Reviews a beautifully illustrated book. In only a few cases was the main text correspondingly corrected. The RSPB Handbook of British Birds e-book provides a complete field-based ID solution — no birdwatcher will want to be without it. Please refer to our for further delivery details, time frames, options and what to expect.
It I bought a fantastic bird book from a charity shop for 80p the complete birdwatchers guidebut it was terribly damaged by water from a leaky window. To maintain its position as the most comprehensive accessible field guide to British birds, the new edition includes new artwork, additional rarities, extra comparison spreads and a completely updated taxonomic order. Collins Bird Guide is currently in its second edition, which was first published in 2009.
In addition the book also covers behaviour, breeding biology.
Pages: 400 Even experienced birders still have problems identifying certain species. To get the best experience, we recommend using a more modern web browser to shop on our site such as Edge, Chrome or Firefox. Now in its fifth edition, it remains the most accessible field guide to more than 300 bird species likely to be encountered in Britain and Ireland. Once again the RSPB have done a fantastic job of providing a clear, concise guide to the birds you are likely to encounter in the British Isles.
Alongside artworks depicting all common plumages, the detailed text describes each bird's behaviour, habitat, voice, breeding biology, longevity and seasonal movements, Handbook of British birds well as other useful information.
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