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The Birds of Cyprus

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Cyprus has a long history as a major resting and refuelling point for millions of birds migrating through the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

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SKU: ISBN 978-0-907446-14-9 Category: Tags: ,

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Cyprus has long been visited by holiday-makers, but it has a longer history as a major resting and refuelling point for millions of birds migrating through eastern Mediterranean Sea. As with many Mediterranean regions, Cyprus has a history of bird-collecting, with millions of birds killed each year, destined as delicacies for commercial profit.

Note, this is not a field identification guide.

224 pages, maps, figures, colour and b/w plates.
Published 1992


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Weight 0.74 kg

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