Australian Birds Their Nests and Eggs

Shape, size, colour, number of eggs in a clutch - all help identify the bird to which the eggs belong. This book carries a strong message to respect the environment that is being explored and to leave the eggs and nests undisturbed.

Australian Birds  Their Nests and Eggs

Author: Gordon Beruldsen

Publisher: Woodslane Press

ISBN: 9781925868807

Page: 438

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First published in 1980, this facsimile of the 2004 edition is a thorough guide to nest and egg identification. Shape, size, colour, number of eggs in a clutch - all help identify the bird to which the eggs belong. This book carries a strong message to respect the environment that is being explored and to leave the eggs and nests undisturbed.

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