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The Birds of Morocco

£45.00

Morocco has over 500 recorded species, over 200 of which breed and 19 endemic subspecies in habitats as diverse as coastal wetlands to the high mountain interior.

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SKU: ISBN 978-0-907446-25-5 Category: Tags: ,

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500 species have been recorded in this diverse country with over 200 breeding species and 19 endemic subspecies in habitats as diverse as coastal wetlands to the high mountain interior.

An extensive introduction includes sections on the general history of Morocco; a detailed history of ornithology in the country; climate; flora and vegetation; the country’s rich geography and habitats; breeding species; migration; wintering birds; endemism; and conservation.

Note, this is not a field identification guide.

594pp, 32pp colour photographs and maps (76 plates).
Published 2000.


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Weight 1.39 kg

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