Birds of the Horn of Africa: Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia and Socotra (Helm Field Guides)

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9780713665413: Birds of the Horn of Africa: Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia and Socotra (Helm Field Guides)
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'Without a doubt, this is an essential companion for birders visiting the region.' Biologist (August 2009) 'A classic Helm field guide of typically high standard...vital to any birder visiting this area.' Scottish Bird (2009) 'This beautifully produced book is reasonably priced and conveniently sized; it will do much to advance knowledge and conservation of the birds of the region.' Book Review - British Ornithologists' Union (2009) '...bang up-to-date, gives good coverage of subspecies and even includes a few, as yet unresolved, mysteries.' Birdquest (August 2009) '...an essential reference for any birdwatching trip to the region...everything you need to make a visit to the region the trip of a lifetime!' Birdwatch (May 2009)

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The Horn of Africa has the highest endemism of any region in Africa, and around 70 species are found nowhere else in the world. Many of these are confined to the isolated highlands of Ethiopia and Eritrea, but a large number of larks specialise in the arid parts of Somalia and adjoining eastern Ethiopia, whilst the island of Socotra has its own suite of endemic species. The region is also an important migration route and wintering site for many Palearctic birds. This is the first field guide to the birds of this fascinating region, and a companion to Birds of East Africa by two of the same authors. Over 200 magnificent plates by John Gale and Brian Small illustrate every species that has ever occurred in the five countries covered by the guide, and the succinct text covers the key identification criteria. Special attention is paid to the voices of the species, and over 1000 up-to-date colour distribution maps are included. This long-awaited guide is a much-needed addition to the literature on African birds and an essential companion for birders visiting the region.

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Editorial: London: Christopher Helm/A & C Black, 2009. (2009)
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Descripción London: Christopher Helm/A & C Black, 2009., 2009. Octavo,496 pp.,colour illustrations, maps, paperback, slight wear. The Horn of Africa has the highest endemism of any region in Africa, and around 70 species are found nowhere else in the world. Many of these are confined to the isolated highlands of Ethiopia and Eritrea, but a large number of larks specialise in the arid parts of Somalia and adjoining eastern Ethiopia, whilst the island of Socotra has its own suite of endemic species. The region is also an important migration route and wintering site for many Palearctic birds. This is the first field guide to the birds of this fascinating region, and a companion to Birds of East Africa by two of the same authors. Over 200 magnificent plates by John Gale and Brian Small illustrate every species that has ever occurred in the five countries covered by the guide, and the succinct text covers the key identification criteria. Special attention is paid to the voices of the species. Over 1000 up-to-date colour distribution maps are included. This long-awaited guide is a much-needed addition to the literature on African birds and an essential companion for birders visiting the region. New edition [stock id 33484]. Nº de ref. de la librería 16626

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