Where to Watch Birds in Europe and Russia

[Nigel Wheatley] ☆ Where to Watch Birds in Europe and Russia ↠ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Where to Watch Birds in Europe and Russia The Highlights of Birding Europe and Asia according to Brian Allen. If you want one book to give you the highlights of birding all the countries of Europe and Russia this is an excellent guide. There are of course well written books with much greater depth of material on for example the great birding spots of Spain or Great Britain. This book is more for those that wonder Where could I go birding in Denmark or possibly Norway if I get the chance someday. Are there good birding sites in Slovak

Where to Watch Birds in Europe and Russia

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Rating : 4.35 (610 Votes)
Asin : 069105729X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 432 Pages
Publish Date : 2016-04-21
Language : English

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. He is a founding member of the African Bird Club and the Neotropical Bird Club, as well as a member of the Oriental Bird Club and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. He has written several other Where to Watch bird books published by Princeton. Nigel Wheatley is a professional conservationist and an ornithological consultant and author who has traveled extensively throughout the world in search of birds

"The Highlights of Birding Europe and Asia" according to Brian Allen. If you want one book to give you the highlights of birding all the countries of Europe and Russia this is an excellent guide. There are of course well written books with much greater depth of material on for example the great birding spots of Spain or Great Britain. This book is more for those that wonder "Where could I go birding in Denmark or possibly Norway if I get the chance someday. Are there good birding sites in Slovakia or Slovenia?"From Iceland to Italy or Corsica to Finland this book provides a good overview on birds present, endemic species, sites to bird and information on s. "A decent but not concise guide to birding Europe" according to P. Reese. This has information on quite a few birding sites in Europe but it just touches the highlights. It is a beginning and books of this nature are difficult to get ones hands on. I used it for Estonia. There was actually more information on the internet than in the book. It lacks specific directions on how to get to the sites for example. We had a very difficult time finding several of them. We actually spent 2 days finding one site.. Jim M. said Excellent, Concise Overview of Where to Watch Birds in Europe. I'm not aware of any other recent single volume that gives such a broad overview of the birdwatching potential of all the European countries. As others have said, you should do additional research on specific locations if you're going to be guiding yourself in a particular country (especially since the book is over a decade old now). A book dedicated to the whole of Europe and Russia obviously cannot contain all the information that a single book dedicated to a single country could. But on the other hand, single country guides cannot give you the big picture of birding in Europe that thi

Nigel Wheatley continues his continent-by-continent guide to the best locales for international birding by turning his binoculars to over 250 of the most productive birding sites in Europe and Russia. This addition to the acclaimed Where to Watch Birds series will be particularly valuable to birders visiting Eastern Europe, Russia, and other places whose birding sites have not been well publicized.. Whether you want to know how Golden Eagles are distributed on the Scottish Island of Skye, which birds you'll find in the botanical gardens in Minsk, or where to go if you have your heart set on a Grey Phalarope or Lapland Bunting, this book is the essential travel companion. Though compact and portable, Where to Watch Birds in Europe and Russia contains a tremendous amount of inform

About the Author Nigel Wheatley is a professional conservationist and an ornithological consultant and author who has traveled extensively throughout the world in search of birds. . He is a founding member of the African Bird Club and the Neotropical Bird Club, as well as a member of the Oriental Bird Club and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. He has written several other Where to Watch bird books published by Princeton

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