The New Guide to the Birds of New Zealand and Outlying Islands ePub download
by Elaine Power,R. A. Falla
- ISBN: 0002169282
- ISBN13: 978-0002169288
- ePub: 1189 kb | FB2: 1865 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Collins; Ed. rev., extended edition (1979)
- Pages: 247
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 389
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Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds. 30 Day Return Policy. Customers who bought this item also bought. 1. The New Guide to the Birds of New Zealand and Outlying Islands. R. A. Falla, R. B. Sibson, E. G. Turbott, Elaine Power (Illustrator). Published by Collins (1979).
This field guide is so closely patterned after the familiar Peterson style that it may best be described in terms of its departures from that style. Color plates are disappointingly few. They depict: Penguin heads, parrots and kingfisher, eight species of ducks, a pigeon and seven species of native songbirds, eight other passerines and two cuckoos, and nine introduced songbirds (eight of which have been figured more expertly by Peterson in his European or Western guides).
The New Zealand outlying islands comprise nine island groups, located in the subtropics and subantarctic, which are part of New Zealand but lie outside of the New Zealand continental shelf. Although considered as integral parts of New Zealand, seven of the nine island groups are not part of any region or district, but are instead designated as Area Outside Territorial Authority
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The new guide to the birds of New Zealand and outlying islands. Worthy, T. and R. Brassey. The Hand Guide to the Birds of New Zealand. Millener, P. Powlesland. The Chatham Island pigeon (Chatham pigeon) deserves full species status; Hemiphaga chathamensis (Rothschild 1891); Aves: Columbidae. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 31:365–383. Clements, J. (2007). The Clements Checklist of the Birds of the World.
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