SHOREBIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA, EUROPE, AND ASIA:

SHOREBIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA, EUROPE, AND ASIA: (Libro en papel)

A PHOTOGRAPHIC GUIDE

Q. 350
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Editorial:
PRINCETON
Materia
Biología y Ecología
ISBN:
978-0-691-14281-4

Baker & Taylor:
An illustrated guide to all 134 shorebird species found in the Northern Hemisphere includes key identification features, age and sex differences, variations in plumage, similar species, status, habitat, and distribution.
Princeton University Press:

Shorebirds are prized among birders for their stunning plumages, evocative calls and songs, extensive migration patterns, and the unique challenges they pose for identification. Shorebirds of North America, Europe, and Asia is an illustrated guide to all 134 shorebird species found in the Northern Hemisphere, written by one of the world's leading shorebird experts. It features more than 850 stunning color photographs and a color distribution map for every species. Detailed species accounts describe key identification features, age and sex differences, variations in plumage, similar species, status, habitat, and distribution. This easy-to-use guide also includes comprehensive primers on plumage patterns and terminology, molting, feeding and other behaviors, and much more. This premier illustrated guide is suitable for field use and a must-have for armchair naturalists.

* Covers all 134 shorebird species found in the Northern Hemisphere
* Features more than 850 color photographs that make identification easy
* Includes detailed species accounts that describe key identification features, status, habitat, distribution, and more
* Provides a full-color distribution map for every species


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Princeton University Press: "Chandler has devoted his life to studying and photographing shorebirds and is truly an expert and an authority. The numerous high quality illustrations in this guide are one of its most stunning features. Readers will find them to be of immense value when trying to identify an unfamiliar shorebird or plumage, as well as simply being a pleasure to look at."--Wayne R. Petersen, director of the Massachusetts Important Bird Area Program, Massachusetts Audubon Society