The only photographic field guide you can use in the wild
Collins Wildlife Trust Guides are the first field guides illustrated with photographs that can be used to identify birds in the wild. Every species is comprehensively illustrated with specially chosen photographs, so that no matter what bird you see, male/female, adult or immature, there is a photograph.
The text also covers every detail that you will need to confirm the identification, plus information on the biology of each species. There is also a distribution map for every species, showing where it occurs in Europe.
Published in association with the Wildlife Trusts, who have over 250,000 members in the UK, these are the field guides for the new millenium.
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This is the first guide to the Birds of Britain and Europe that has been designed to be used in the field.
Organised to have every similar looking bird shown together
Covers every variety – male, female, immature, summer or winter – that you will see in the field
Introductions to each group – with unique at a glance keys to allow quick identification of the actual species
A unique key to all groups – allowing instant identification of the group your bird belongs to
John Gooders has produced some of the best field guides to be published. Widley travelled, he has enormous experience in helping people identify birds.
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Book Description Harpercollins Pub Ltd, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0002200112