By Ber Van Perlo
Recommended for viewing on a color tablet.
South the US has lengthy been recognized for its bountiful natural world. The richness in fowl existence has attracted viewers from world wide and has helped to make South the United States an more and more renowned flora and fauna vacationer spot.
This significant new box advisor to the birds of South the United States covers the entire passerines (perching birds), with all plumages for every species illustrated, together with men, ladies and juveniles.
The textual content supplies details on key id positive factors, habitat, and songs and calls.
Beautiful paintings featured throughout 195 color plates seems to be contrary the proper textual content for speedy and simple reference. Distribution maps are integrated, exhibiting the place each one species are available and the way universal it truly is, to extra relief identification.
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Birds of South America: Passerines (Collins Field Guide) by Ber Van Perlo