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By H. Lee Jones, Dana Gardner

ISBN-10: 0292701640

ISBN-13: 9780292701649

Определитель дает возможность идентификации всех fifty four видов птиц Белиза, известных на настоящее время. Виды сгруппированы по семействам, каждое их которых охарактеризовано по уникальным свойствам и особенностям поведения. Описание вида содержит всю информацию, необходимую для идентификации в природе: научные и обычные названия, особенности оперения, характеристики звуков и сигналов, местообитания, распространение и статус охраны. Полноцветные иллюстрации, выполненные известной художницей-анималистом Данной Гарднер, представляют самцов и самок, молодых и взрослых, типичные и альтернативные варианты окраски, способствуют визуальной идентификации, в то время как 234 карты показывают распространение и сезонность. Книга снабжена детальной библиографией.
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