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The Birds of Angola

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A monumental avifauna covering this hugely ornithologically neglected country and extremely bird-rich (over 900 species) country.

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SKU: ISBN 978-0-907446-22-4 Category: Tags: ,

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A monumental avifauna covering this hugely ornithologically neglected country. Angola is extremely bird-rich (over 900 species) and has a range of biomes and ecosystems that are almost unequalled in Africa.

Note, this is not a field identification guide.

444 pages, 16 pages of colour photographs, figures, diagrams and maps.
Published 2000.

This item is currently in our sale so no member discount is available.

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Weight 1.11 kg

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