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Field Guide to the Birds of Chile - 
      Daniel E. Martínez Piña
    
      Gonzalo E. González Cifuentes

Field Guide to the Birds of Chile

; Gonzalo E. González Cifuentes

With its diverse range of habitats, Chile is one of the top birding destinations in South America and supports an interesting range of breeding and visiting birds, including the Chilean Tinamou, Juan Fernandez Firecrown and a number of other endemic species. Les mer
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With its diverse range of habitats, Chile is one of the top birding destinations in South America and supports an interesting range of breeding and visiting birds, including the Chilean Tinamou, Juan Fernandez Firecrown and a number of other endemic species.

This comprehensive field guide covers all of the species recorded in Chile, including vagrants; all are illustrated in superb detail, and feature every major plumage variation. Concise species accounts describe key identification features, status, range, habitat and voice, and accurate distribution maps are also provided for every species. Together, these elements make this the essential field guide to the birds of this fascinating and beautiful region.
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Forlag: Helm
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 224
ISBN: 9781472987426
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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«Gives excellent coverage of the birds of mainland and insular Chile, its Antarctic territory and its surrounding seas.»

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Daniel E. Martínez Pina has devoted his life to both ornithology and illustration. A birder since his early childhood, he has travelled all over the country and is the co-author and illustrator of many books on the birds of this spectacular region. Gonzalo E. González Cifuentes is a writer and wildlife photographer who has written many books on birds and wildlife in Chile. He is also the Associate Editor of the Chilean Journal of Ornithology.