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Bird Watching - A concise guide to the areas of Iceland of interest to the birdwatcher (Iceland Nature Guides)

Bird Watching - A concise guide to the areas of Iceland of interest to the birdwatcher (Iceland Nature Guides)

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Published by Ritsmidjan .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL13214870M
ISBN 109979929618
ISBN 109789979929611

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Contains brief description of all Icelandic breeding birds, as well as many vagrants and passage migrants and includes a chapter on Icelandic nature and the conditions for birdlife at different seasons of the year.

This book is an ideal identification guide when travelling around Iceland for experienced birdwatchers and beginners alike. The clear and concise text describes the birds' appearance and behaviour, as well their diet and habitat. Maps and diagrams clearly show distribution, movements and population sizes.

Iceland’s national bird, the Gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus) habitually nests on cliff faces. This magnificent bird breeds in all parts of Iceland but is commonest in the north.

The Falcon is most noticeable in autumn and is a great favourite with bird watchers. Bird watching locations in Iceland. There are many places where one can visit these cliffs. For millions of Americans, birdwatching is nothing less than an obsession. For enthusiasts, the excitement of sighting a rare species, the pleasure of watching a bird in flight, and the satisfaction of being able to spot and identify different birds constitute a burning passion that travels with them wherever they go.

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