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The Birds of Burma (Third Edition) by Bertram Smythies - Burma is a country rich in bird life, with a population of almost 1000 species: crows, magpies, parrots, robins, warblers, martins, swallows, larks, owls, hawks, eagles, pigeons, pheasants, peacocks, marsh birds, ducks, sunbirds, bee-eaters, spiderhunters, flowerpeckers, hornbills, and flycatchers. Firsthand information on each bird's behaviour, appearance, habitat, and breeding biology is included.The Birds of Burma (Third Edition)

by Bertram Smythies

Burma is a country rich in bird life, with a population of almost 1000 species: crows, magpies, parrots, robins, warblers, martins, swallows, larks, owls, hawks, eagles, pigeons, pheasants, peacocks, marsh birds, ducks, sunbirds, bee-eaters, spiderhunters, flowerpeckers, hornbills, and flycatchers. Firsthand information on each bird's behaviour, appearance, habitat, and breeding biology is included.

Item Number: B259

ISBN: 0969264003

Pages: 432 pp.

Published: 1986

Illustrations: Colour paintings by A.M Hughes and black/white drawings

Binding: Hardcover

Size: 9" x 13"

Price: $190.00 (CAN)

 

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