Woodpeckers of Europe: A Study of the European Picidae
Bruce Coleman, 2004 - 192 pagina's
Gives an account of the European Picidae through the author's lifetime study of these birds. This book covers the various aspects of the natural history of the ten species including evolution, taxonomy, topography, flight patterns and drumming. It also deals with their country status, forestry, and their relationship with man and other fauna.
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