GUÍA DE LAS AVES DE ESPAÑA Y DE EUROPA S. Keith, J. GoodersEdiciones OMEGA
The birds have been photographed in their natural habitats. In general the illustrations show adult males in breeding plumage, as they are the most vividly colored, and the easiest to identify.
Introduction. Topography of a bird. How to use this guide.
Part I: Key to the color plates. Silhouette and index of the guide. Plates: loons and grebes. Birds of the cliffs. Birds of the high seas. Gulls and similar. Pelicans. Swans, geese and ducks, skimmers, moorhens and coots. Game birds. Diurnal birds of prey. Owls and owls. Pigeons and doves. Cuckoos and nightjars. Swallows and similar. Woodpeckers and similar. Paros and similar. Sylvids. Thrushes and the like. Flycatchers and shrikes. Pipits, larks and wagtails. Sparrows and similar. Corvids. Birds of exotic appearance.
Part II: Descriptions of families and species.
Part III: Appendices: list of accidental species. The art of birding.
Illustrated with 613 color figures
Author(s): S. Keith, J. Gooders
Number of pages: 768
Year of publication: 1980
Number of editions: 1
Size: 11 (width) x 19 (height)