Ne vous êtes-vous jamais demandé quel est cet oiseau que vous entendez chanter dans votre jardin ou pendant une balade en forêt? Ce double CD excellent sera l'outil parfait pour vous aider à reconnaitre les chants de 80 des espèces les plus connues, comme le rougegorge, le merle, les mésanges et plus encore ! Un super cadeau à offrir !
The area covered by this book is roughly half of France north of a line running from the south bank of the Loire estuary on the Atlantic coast to Lake Geneva in the east. Includes site maps, when to visit and what you are likely to see. Checklist, 266pp. 2003
One of the largest countries in Europe, the climate of France ranges from Mediterranean to Alpine, wet windy Atlantic to cold Continental. The area covered by this book is roughly half of France south of a line running from the south bank of the Loire estuary on the Atlantic to Lake Geneva in the east. Covers 10 areas on Corsica.
Illustrations by John Busby, colour photographs, maps, 288pp. Reprinted 2006
A Birdwatching Guide to Lesvos sets new standards in 'where to watch' bird guides. In this guide, Steve Dudley, shares his in-depth knowledge of this popular Aegean Island. He has chosen over 60 of the island's best birdwatching sites for you to explore. Specially commissioned maps provides up-to-date and accurate information for each site. Detailed and hugely informative sections introduce you to Lesvos and birdwatching on the island.
by Steve West This is a birders book written by a birder with extensive knowledge of the region. The species descriptions and the complete regional checklists should also aid in the understanding of each species' status in the region.
The mix of waters that sweep upwards from the Antarctic, coupled with the roaring forties that sweep westerly and through the Cape Horn bottleneck, brings with it a mass of cool oceanic water. This nutrient rich ocean has sustained the Falklands' economy for the last 20 years.
by Tony Chater This is an exhibition of Tony Chater's work spanning three decades. The images, covering all of the islands, have been arranged in the form of a natural history. Many feature the omnipresent ocean upon which all our lives depend, no matter how far from it we live. Colour and b/w photographs. 160pp. 2008