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by Tim Crowe,Simon Barlow,Rob M. Little

  • Author: Tim Crowe,Simon Barlow,Rob M. Little
  • ISBN: 1868723186
  • ISBN13: 978-1868723188
  • ePub: 1944 kb | FB2: 1276 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Publisher: New Holland Books; 1st Edition edition (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 251
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Gamebirds of Southern Africa ePub download

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Gamebirds of South Africa by Rob Little & Tim Crowe, Illustrated by Simon Barlow This book is perhaps such as Audubon might have created. The 135 pages contain many absolutely beautiful full color illustrations by Barlow, a renowned artist who specializes in painting birds. The paintings are so perfect I had to look carefully to determine if they are photographs! The book documents five species of birds: Francolins, spurfowls, Quails, Guineafowls, and SandGrouse. The detailed information of four pages each tells all about many different varieties of these species.

Gamebirds of Southern Africa book. Gamebirds have been utilized since prehistoric times for both food and sport. The 21 upland species found in southern Africa include francolins, spurfowl, quails, guineafowl and sandgrouse. Authoritative text and beautifully illustrated plates by Simon Barlow, conveying in accurate detail each species in its environment, make this a significant ornithological volume, and a Gamebirds have been utilized since prehistoric times for both food and sport.

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Gamebirds of Southern Africa. by Rob M. Little, Tim Crowe, Simon Barlow. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781868723188 (978-1-86872-318-8) Hardcover, New Holland Books, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Gamebirds of Southern Africa'.

Rob Little, Tim Crowe. This lavish book presents the 21 upland gamebird species from southern Africa: francolins and spurfowls (12 species), quails (3 species), guineafowls (2 species) and sandgrouse (4 species). The authoritative text is matched by detailed and beautifully illustrated plates of each species. An essential book for bird and art lovers, as well as the conservation-minded.

Gamebirds of Southern Africa By Rob Little and Tim Crowe, illustrated by Simon Barlow (2011). Struik, PO Box 1144, Cape Town 8000, South Africa 136 pages, hardcover, 295 mm 250 mm ISBN 978-1-77007-989-2. OSTRICH 2012, 83(1): 63. Little, Tim Crowe, Simon Barlow

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This is a list of the bird species recorded in Southern Africa. Southern Africa is defined as Africa south of a line between the Kunene and Zambezi rivers, encompassing Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, mainland South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland and southern and central Mozambique, as well as oceanic waters within 200 nautical miles (370 km) of the coast, covering approximately . million square kilometres.

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Gamebirds are among the most familiar of bird groups, because they can be seen along urban fringes and even within the cities and towns themselves, but more particularly because they have been used by man since prehistoric times for both food and sport. They are divided into waterfowl and upland gamebirds. Here the authors, both highly respected authorities in their field, summarise a large body of scientific research and present the most pertinent and interesting facts in an informative and readable fashion.
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this book is amazing. from the excellent art to the detail on each bird's environment/situation in the wild.
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Gamebirds of South Africa by Rob Little & Tim Crowe, Illustrated by Simon Barlow This book is perhaps such as Audubon might have created. The 135 pages contain many absolutely beautiful full color illustrations by Barlow, a renowned artist who specializes in painting birds. The paintings are so perfect I had to look carefully to determine if they are photographs! The book documents five species of birds: Francolins, spurfowls, Quails, Guineafowls, and SandGrouse. The detailed information of four pages each tells all about many different varieties of these species. The authors, who are both Gamebird Research Authorities, include information regarding description, distribution and habitat, food, feeding and breeding, classification, and the status and conservation of each variety. The suggested further reading for each is extensive. This is a beautiful collector book for any ornithologist.
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