Rehber Kitaplar 3 - Avrupa yırtıcıları ve martıları
1. Gulls: A Guide to Idetification Grant
2. Flight Identifications of European Raptors Porter et al.
3. Collins Guide to the Birds of Prey of Britain and Europe with North Africa and the 4. Middle East Gensbol
4. The Raptors of Europe and the Middle East Forsman
5. Birds of Prey of Britain and Europe Burton et al.
6. A Field Guide to the Raptors of Europe, The Middle East, and North Africa Clark et al.
Gulls: A Guide to Identification 2. Baskı
Peter J. Grant
Sayfa sayısı: 352
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This edition incorporates 8 North American west coast species, as well as revisions throughout the text of the original edition. There are 280 new photographs, bringing the total to 541.
`There will be few who will not welcome the major changes and additions incorporated in this edition.' Angus Hogg, BTO Bird Study.
Flight Identifications of European Raptors 3. baskı
Richard F Porter, Ian Willis, BP Nielsen, S. Christensen resimleyen Ian Willis
Sayfa sayısı: 288
Resim, harita, tablo, tür: 248 fotograf
Basım yılı: 1981
Indisputably one of the most valuable books on identification currently available. The text has been revised throughout for this edition, there are 50 new drawings and the plates section contains 248 photographs.
Collins Guide to the Birds of Prey of Britain and Europe with North Africa and the Middle East
Sayfa sayısı: 380
Resim, harita, tablo, tür: 180 renkli ve siyah beyaz fotograf, 42 harita, 300 siluet
A book which is part identification guide, part distribution atlas and part scientific account. Will prove indispensable for all those who wish to have a complete guide to European birds of prey.
The Raptors of Europe and the Middle East
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Basım yılı: 1998
This major handbook presents the very latest information on the field identification of the 42 species of raptor found in the region. Written by one of Europe's leading experts on raptor identification, the book includes more than 700 high quality colour photographs that have been specifically chosen to demonstrate the plumage of each age and sex class of every species found in Europe and the Middle East. The photographs are complemented by almost 100 line drawings focusing on particular identification details, and are backed up by a detailed text enabling the recognition of even the most difficult species. The latest information, much of it previously unpublished, describes the plumage and soft part colouration of each category of bird, and compares and contrasts with similar plumages of species which may cause confusion. The book also discusses the difficulties caused by stage of moult, variation in light conditions, and changes in silhouette arising from different flight types. Fully referenced with a list of nearly 300 key papers and articles, this book is the essential reference to the field identification of every species, age, and sex class of raptors.
`I can image few Western Palearctic birders with a serious general interest in field identification not wanting to own this guide. For raptor workers, be they monitoring migrations or censusing breeding populations, it must be considered essential. Forsman's guide can be recommended in no uncertain terms.' Guy Kirwan, Birding World
YENİ - NİSAN 2000'de ÇIKACAK!!!
Birds of Prey of Britain and Europe
Philip Burton, Dick Forsman, Ian Lewington
Sayfa sayısı: 288
Resim, harita, tablo, tür: 37 yırtıcı türü, 500 renkli resim
Basım yılı: 2000
Covers 37 raptor species found in Europe such as hawks and eagles, kites and harriers, falcons, and the Osprey. With detailed colour illustrations by Ian Lewington and an authoritative text, this guide looks set to be serious competition to the Clark and Schmitt guide.
A Field Guide to the Raptors of Europe, The Middle East, and North Africa
William S Clark and N John Schmitt
Sayfa sayısı: 371
Resim, harita, tablo, tür: 48 renkli tablo, 40 renkli fotograf
Basım yılı: 1999
Fiyatı: £25.00 / £55.00
In this comprehensive new identification guide, Bill Clark presents the latest information on tried and tested field marks for identifying the diurnal raptors of the Western Palearctic region. Forty-eight stunning colour plates, especially painted for this volume by artist N.John Schmitt, depict all the plumages for every raptor, both regularly occurring and vagrant. The plates are augmented by a forty-page colour photograph section. The accompanying text provides the reader with essential clues to identification: detailed plumage descriptions for each age, sex, and colour morph; sections describing flight, moult, behaviour, and distribution for every species; sections on similar species - notoriously difficult to identify - and how to distinguish them. Each account concludes with the range of measurements for length, wing span, and weight. Those birders who prefer illustrations to photographs will probably find this guide more to their liking than Forsman's new Raptors of Europe and the Middle East.
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