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Birds Britannica

Auteur : Mark Cocker; Richard Mabey
Éditeur: London : Chatto & Windus, 2005.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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"Birds Britannica is a publication of immense importance. Neither an identification guide nor a behavioural study (although both these subjects enter its field), it concentrates on our social history and on the cultural links between humans and birds." "What makes Birds Britannica of special significance is the inclusion of observations and experiences from more than 1,000 naturalists and bird lovers. These  Lire la suite...
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Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Mark Cocker; Richard Mabey
ISBN: 0701169079 9780701169077
Numéro OCLC: 60512849
Description: x, 518 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Contenu: Introduction --
Divers : Gaviidae --
Grebes : Podicipedidae --
Albatrosses : Diomedeidae --
Fulmars, petrels, and shearwaters : Procellariidae --
Storm-petrels : Hydrobatidae --
Gannets : Sulidae --
Cormorants : Phalacrocoracidae --
Pelicans : Pelecanidae --
Bitterns and herons : Ardeidae --
Storks : Ciconiidae --
Ibises and spoonbills : Threskiornithidae --
Swans, geese and ducks : Anatidae --
Birds of prey : Accipitriformes --
Grouse : Tetraonidae --
Partidges, quails and pheasants : Phasianidae --
Rails, crakes and coots : Rallidae --
Cranes : Gruidae --
Bustards : Otididae --
Waders : Charadriiformes --
Skuas : Stercorariidae --
Gulls : Laridae --
Terns : Sternidae --
Auks : Alcidae --
Sandgrouse : Pteroclididae --
Pigeons and doves : Columbidae --
Parrots : Psittacidae --
Cuckoos : Cuculidae --
Owls : Strigiformes --
Nightjars : Caprimulgidae --
Swifts : Apodldae --
Kingfishers : Alcedinidae --
Bee-eaters : Meropidae --
Hoopoes : Upupidae --
Woodpeckers : Picadae --
Larks : Alaudidae --
Swallows and martins : Hirundinidae --
Pipits and wagtails : Motacillidae --
Waxwings : Bombycillidae --
Dippers : Cinclidae --
Wrens : Troglodytidae --
Accentors : Prunellidae --
Thrushes and chats : Turdidae --
Warblers : Sylviidae --
Flycatchers : Muscicapidae --
Babblers : Timaliidae --
Long-tailed tits : Aegithalidae --
Tits : Paridae --
Nuthatches : Sittidae --
Wallcreepers : Tichodromadidae --
Treecreepers : Certhiidae --
Penduline tit : Remizidae --
Orioles : Oriolidae --
Shrikes : Laniidae --
Jays and crows : Corvidae --
Starlings : Sturnidae --
Sparrows : Passeridae --
Finches : Fringillidae --
Buntings : Emberizidae --
Appendix 1. Species on the British list, but not treated in the text ; Appendix 2. Biographical details ; Appendix 3. Birds in public houses / Steve Shaw ; Appendix 4. Welsh names of birds / Daniel Jenkins-Jones, Jonathan Elphick.
Responsabilité: Mark Cocker and Richard Mabey ; with photographs and picture research by Chris Gomersall ; and specialist text research by Jonathan Elphick.
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As readable as it is magnificent, this cultural study of Britain's birds examines 350 species in detail and features 500 color photographs and illustrations.

 
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