Birdwatching Guide to South-East Brazil
Juha Honkala & Seppo Niiranen
Details over50 prime birdwatching sites located in South-East Brazil. Information on each site includes accurate descriptions on how to get there, what to expect, what you should be looking for and other important information about the conditions at the site.
The book details popular birding destinations like: Itatiaia National Park, Campos do Jordão, Serra da Canastra, Ubatuba and Serra dos Órgãos, but also includes many excellent and virtually unknown birdwatching sites.
The book also includes illustrations of 558 species and 960 photographs.
The species accounts include all details necessary for field identification of the 471 species recorded in the Agulhas Negras area, in the heart of South-East Brazil, plus scientific and common names in English and Portuguese, size, voice descriptions, subspecies, habitat, distribution and status in the area. Each species is illustrated with a high quality, full colour photograph. Range maps show the birds' distribution in Brazil. A comprehensive species list for South-East Brazil, bibliography and a list of useful addresses and websites completes the volume.
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