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Birds of Southern South America and Antarctica. Paperback – August 5, 2001
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"[A]n outstanding field guide that covers a vast geographic area and includes a wealth of information for more than 1,100 species of birds. . . . It should be purchased by anybody interested in the birds of southern South America."--Floyd E. Hayes, Auk
About the Author
Martín R. de la Peña, a veterinarian and ornithologist, studies the reproduction of birds, on which he has published three books, alongside a dozen others, in his native Argentina. He has also produced several films on the life of birds. Maurice Rumboll, one of Argentina's top naturalists, directs environmental education programs for students and plans interpretive trails, brochure texts, and visitor centers for his country's National Park Administration, whose Ranger Training Institute he formerly headed. Previously he directed visitors' services and research at Iguazú National Park and served as Traveling Naturalist for the Argentine Museum of Natural History.
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note for Amazon: very difficult to decide the most recent print.
note for printer: error in map distribution for Buff-necked and Black-faced Ibis, they both have the map of the other.
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* the book is small, easy to carry and cheap.
* the book has distribution maps, althougt they are not beside the drawings of the birds...Read more