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The Birds of the Iberian Peninsula

by Eduardo de Juana, Ernest Garcia

The Birds of the Iberian Peninsula
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The Iberian Peninsula is one of Europe's most ornithologically varied regions offering a host of regional specialities. It includes famous birding hotspots such as the Coto Donana.



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