Finding Birds in the Canaries (Booklet)
2013. Compared to other publications covering the same area, this booklet:
"Even if you've been to the Canaries before, the chances are there are several more species that you can see now - and some of the birds you struggled to see before are now much easier. You might decide to visit the islands to catch up on the Houbara Bustards or White-tailed Pigeons you missed before or to take a more careful look at the recently split endemics such as Tenerife Robin, Tenerife Goldcrest and the 4 species of Blue Tit or to finally get to grips with the special seabirds of the islands such as 'Baroli's' Shearwater, White-faced Petrel, Band-rumped Petrel and Bulwer's Petrel. Whatever your reason, my new book will give you a better chance of finding the birds you're after."
- Dave Gosney
There is an accompanying DVD - Finding Birds in the Canaries (DVD). The DVD plus the Booklet are available as a kit at a Special Offer price - Finding Birds in the Canaries. 40 pages.
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