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The Shorebird GuideLaminate Cover £29.99 Buy Now
Experienced birders use the most easily observed characteristics such as size, structure, behaviour and general colour patterns to identify birds, even before looking carefully at plumage details. Now birders at all levels can learn how to identify shorebirds quickly and simply. This guide, using colour photographs, starts with a general impression on the species and progresses to more detailed images throughout the birds lifecycle.
The Crossley ID Guide: Eastern BirdsPaperback £24.99 Buy Now
This is the first book to feature large lifelike scenes for each species. Each scene is composed of 12-20 images showing the bird in a wide range of views, near and far, different angles, various plumages and behaviours, including flight, all in the habitat in which they live. Shows how a bird's appearance changes with distance and gives equal emphasis to characteristics experts use to identify birds, size, structure and shape, behaviour, probability and colour. All these features are accompanied by accurate, concise text.
The Crossley ID Guide: RaptorsPaperback £19.99 Buy Now
This ID guide features large lifelike scenes for each species. Each scene is composed of 12-20 images showing the bird in a wide range of views, near and far, different angles, various plumages and behaviours, including flight, all in the habitat in which they live.
The Crossley ID Guide; Britain & IrelandPaperback £16.99 Buy Now
This book is aimed at beginner and intermediate birders, yet suitable for all levels, this third volume in the groundbreaking Crossley ID Guide series is the most user-friendly field guide to the birds of Britain and Ireland.
Based on The Crossley ID Guide's award-winning design, The Crossley ID Guide; Britain & Ireland looks at all regularly occurring species of Britain and Ireland, and shows readers how to identify birds using size, structure, shape, probability, and behaviour - just like the experts do! Stunning images are accompanied by the accurate and concise text of Dominic Couzens, one of Britain's leading nature writers.