The Birds of the Iberian Peninsula
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.
- ISBN: 9781408124802
- Author(s): Eduardo de Juana, Ernest Garcia
- Stock Code: 8124802
- Format: Hardback
- Illustrations: Colour photographs, Maps
- Pages: 544
- Published: 2015
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Includes a review of the various regions of Spain and their typical birds and wildlife, a discussion on migration through the Iberian Peninsula and then the birds are grouped by type, e.g. birds of prey, songbirds and so on. Each section contains excellent photographs and there is an annotated list of other species not in the main text.
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Within the ten provinces, this book covers 92 major and 84 minor birding sites including internationally famous areas such as Donana, La Serena, Cabo de Gata and Gibraltar. There is also a comprehensive systematic list of all the birds of the region, an up-to-date summary of rare birds recorded in Southern Spain and advice on travel and accommodation. B/w line drawings, 120 maps, 358pp. 3rd edition. Reprinted 2010
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Covering a range of habitats from the Pyrenees to the Catalan coast this book gives comprehensive information on 112 major sites and 75 additional sites. 2nd Edition.
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The ideal companion for birdwatching in Spain. All areas featured include detailed maps, a list of the most common species for each site and practical information for birdwatchers.
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Gives detailed information on all 86 species of seabirds recorded in Spain and Portugal with status of each. Includes records of scarce and rare species. Text in Spanish and English. Black and white illustrations, maps, 444pp. 1997
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In this enlarged edition, all the information has been carefully reviewed and updated, and several new sites have been included for mainland Portugal, meaning 44 birding sites are now described. The scope of this title has been significantly enlarged to include the Azores archipelago with all its rarity hotspots (not dealt with in the first edition). The section about Madeira has been thoroughly reviewed. This is now the first and only birdwatching guide to cover all of Portugal's territory. It is a fundamental reference for anyone, birder, birdwatcher or beginner planning to visit the country with an interest in its birds. 2nd Edition.