Helm Field Guides; Reed and Bush Warblers
This detailed and comprehensive identification guide follows in the mould of Sylvia Warblers and Pipits and Wagtails and primarily covers the Genera Acrocephalus, Locustella, Cettie and Bradypterus, together with a few smaller related genera. To the uninitiated, these are the archetypal 'little brown jobs' and as if they weren't hard enough to identify anyway, many of them are hard to see as well. Comprehensive text covers every aspect of field identification.
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- ISBN: 9780713660227
- Author(s): Peter Kennerley
- Illustrator(s): Brian Small
- Stock Code: 3660227
- Format: Hardback
- Illustrations: Colour photographs, Colour illustrations, Line drawings, Maps
- Pages: 608
- Published: 2010
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Famous for their size and elegance in flight, albatrosses are familiar to us all, but they are just one of several groups of pelagic birds that visit land only to breed, and spend the rest of their lives far from the coast. Mysterious and graceful, these birds can present a formidable identification challenge. 46 colour plates highlight key identification criteria of the birds in flight.
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Complete identification reference to all of the sandpipers, plovers, stints and other waders. Shows every bird at rest and in flight, in every plumage variant likely to be encountered in the region. Species have been grouped, especially on the flight plates, so that similar species are shown close to each other. Facing text summarises key identification pointers to complete a quick reference.
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An essential field guide companion covering difficult identification issues by looking at tricky species pairs or groups of birds and comparing and contrasting their respective features. Designed as a field companion, it supplements the standard field guides and provides much additional information.