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Natural History Museum Atlas of Bird Migration

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Explore one of nature’s most mysterious and breathtaking spectacles with this stunningly illustrated guide to bird migration.

ISBN: ISBN 13: 978 0 565 09218 4

Author: General Editor: Jonathan Elphick

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Natural History Museum Atlas of Bird Migration

£ 19.99


How far can birds fly? Where do they go? And why? This comprehensive atlas reveals the world migration routes of over 600 species from both north and south of the Equator.

Written by a team of international experts, the book features the amazing results of new satellite tracking and worldwide banding.

A detailed introduction including flight techniques, feeding, biology and navigation supplement the continent-by-continent survey.

With an up-to-date focus on environmental threats and conservation initiatives throughout, this authoritative atlas is an essential guide to these remarkable journeys.

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Hardback250 x 290 mm
176 pp
Colour throughout
March 07
Published by the Natural History Museum

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