LLIBRES Ornitología

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  • IDENTIFIER LES OISEAUX MIGRATEURS PAR LE SON *
    WROZA S.
    Chaque automne, des millions d’oiseaux nous survolent pour rejoindre leurs quartiers hivernaux. Une profusion de sons emplit alors l’atmosphère, permettant de mettre un nom sur ces silhouettes fugaces – car c’est surtout par le son que nous identifions les oiseaux migrateurs ! Souvent délaissés des guides d’identification traditionnels, les cris sont ici décrits a...
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    46,00 €

  • A FIELD GUIDE TO THE BIRDS OF MALAYSIA & SINGAPORE *
    LIM KIM SENG(AUTHOR), YONG DING LI(AUTHOR), LIM KIM CHUAH(AUTHOR), DANA GARDNER(ILLUSTRATOR)
    A fully comprehensive field guide to the 815 bird species of Malaysia and Singapore. The species are clearly illustrated in over 150 plates, with many variants. The main identifying features of each species are described and key facts cover size, voice, range and status, habitat, specifc country and breeding. Distribution maps provide an at-a-glance view of where the birds can ...
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    45,80 €

  • AROUND THE WORLD FOR PENGUINS *
    OTTO PLANTEMA
    Following on the success of Otto Plantema's first book Around the World for Albatrosses, this book is a comprehensive guide to the breeding grounds of the penguins on Antarctica, The Falkland Islands, South Georgia, the Tristan da Cunha Archipelago & South Africa, the French Subantarctic Islands, New Zealand, Australia and the Subantarctic Islands, and South America and the Gal...
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    62,50 €

  • BIRDS OF MALAYSIA *
    CHONG LEONG PUAN, GEOFFREY DAVISON, KIM CHYE LIM
    The country of Malaysia comprises two halves separated by the South China Sea, the Peninsula and East Malaysia, the latter made up of Sabah and Sarawak. Most of the many Bornean endemic birds can be found in the two latter states, including a dazzling array of pheasants, frogmouths, trogons, pittas, thrushes, and two of the most recently described birds in the world, Spectacled...
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    44,95 €

  • BIRDS OF MALAYSIA
    CHONG LEONG PUAN, GEOFFREY DAVISON, KIM CHYE LIM
    The country of Malaysia comprises two halves separated by the South China Sea, the Peninsula and East Malaysia, the latter made up of Sabah and Sarawak. Most of the many Bornean endemic birds can be found in the two latter states, including a dazzling array of pheasants, frogmouths, trogons, pittas, thrushes, and two of the most recently described birds in the world, Spectacled...
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    39,95 €

  • OCELLS DE ZONES HUMIDES
    ARNAU POU ROSSELL
    Una guia pràctica per identificar i reconèixer els ocells més comuns a les zones humides de Catalunya: aiguamolls, estanys, pantans, ambients prop del mar, cursos fluvials, boscos de ribera i platges del litoral català.Inclou 55 fitxes d’ocells, amb fotografies i textos entenedors on es descriu: la mida i l’envergadura, el plomatge, els cants, els requeriments ecològic...
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    8,00 €

  • SPIDERS
    PLATNICK N.I.
    Bark spiders spin webs ten times stronger than Kevlar. Jumping spiders are capable of learning, recognizing, and remembering colours. Recluse spiders can tolerate six months of extreme drought and have a toxin-laden bite that can necessitate skin grafts. This title explores the huge diversity of spider species and their fascinating traits. An introduction outlining the spider's...
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    39,00 €

  • THE COMMON BUZZARD
    SEAN WALLS
    'Based on many years of personal research, and a thorough knowledge of the European literature, the authors provide an eminently readable account of the biology of the Common Buzzard. Whatever your interests in birds, I can recommend this book for its content of information and insight.' ? Professor Ian Newton OBE, FRS, FRSESoaring majestically on thermals with broad wings rais...
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    67,00 €

  • BARN OWLS *
    ROULIN A.
    With heart-shaped face, buff back and wings, and pure white underparts, the barn owl is a distinctive and much-loved bird which has fascinated people from many cultures throughout history. How did the barn owl colonise the world? What adaptations have made this bird so successful? How is the increasing impact of human disturbance affecting these animals? Answering these questio...
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    76,00 €

  • MOULT AND AGEING OF EUROPEAN PASSERINES: *
    LUKAS JENNI
    A brand-new, completely revised second edition of Jenni and Winkler's classic guide, updated and improved for the next generation of ringers and professional ornithologists. The moult strategies of birds exert an important influence on their behaviour and energetics, and also provide the basis of valuable tools for study. A proper understanding of how feathers are replaced and ...
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    153,00 €

  • OCEANIC BIRDS OF THE WORLD: *
    HOWELL S.N.G.
    A state-of-the-art photographic field guide to the world's oceanic birds Oceanic birds are among the most remarkable but least known of all birds, living at sea, far from the sight of most people. They offer unusual identification challenges-many species look similar and it can be difficult to get good views of fast-flying birds from a moving boat. The first field guide to the ...
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    52,00 €

  • LUPUS MORBOS SANABAT *
    GONZALEZ GONZALEZ, JOSE ANTONIO / TALEGON, JAVIER / VALLEJO, JOSE RAMON / ALVARES, FRANCISCO
    Casi una treintena de partes anatómicas, órganos internos y productos derivados de este gran carnívoro se han utilizado de forma bastante generalizada como recurso terapéutico y fuente de medicamentos en la Península Ibérica desde la antigüedad perpetuándose su uso hasta el último tercio del siglo XX y desempeñando papeles esenciales en la asistencia a la salud humana...
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    35,00 €