Flight Identification of European Passerines and Select Landbirds
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Ratgeber / Natur
A richly illustrated, state-of-the-art field guide for identifying European passerines in flight—the first of its kind
Opening up new frontiers in birdwatching, this is the first field guide to focus specifically on the identification of European passerines and related landbirds in flight. Showcasing 850 stunning and remarkably lifelike colour illustrations from acclaimed bird artist Tomasz Cofta, produced using the latest digital technology, backed up with more than 2,400 photographs carefully selected to show typical flight profiles, it provides detailed and unsurpassed coverage of 205 European passerines and 32 near-passerines. This cutting-edge book brings a new dimension to birdwatching, the concise and authoritative species accounts presenting novel yet essential information on the flight manner of individual birds and the structure and behaviour of flocks—features that are key to identification. It also includes precise transliterations of flight calls, supported by sonograms, and links to a unique collection of hundreds of online audio recordings. Beautifully designed and written in an accessible style, this book will appeal to birdwatchers of all abilities. It presents the latest knowledge on flight identification of a group of birds that is poorly covered in the literature and is therefore a must-have for all professional ornithologists and scientists involved in migration studies.
- The first field guide to flight identification of European passerines and related landbirds
- Covers 205 European passerines and 32 near-passerines
- Features 850 stunning colour illustrations
- Includes more than 2,400 photos showing typical profiles of each species in flight
- Provides detailed information on flight calls, with links to online recordings
Cetti's warbler, Corn bunting, Hooded crow, Collared flycatcher, Pipit, Common raven, Insect wing, Northern goshawk, Great spotted woodpecker, Western jackdaw, White-backed woodpecker, Sedge warbler, Birdwatching, A Bird in Flight, Bird migration, Bee-eater, European turtle dove, Eurasian magpie, Wagtail, Song thrush, Flycatcher, European robin, House sparrow, Barred warbler, Black redstart, Barn swallow, Spanish sparrow, Eurasian crag martin, Eurasian jay, Ornithology, Acrocephalus (bird), Peregrine falcon, Isabelline shrike, Woodpecker, Eurasian sparrowhawk, Feral pigeon, Redstart, Savi's warbler, Wheatear, Northern lapwing, Red crossbill, Accentor, Bird flight, Common swift, Thrush (bird), Common starling, Lesser short-toed lark, Eurasian siskin, Common kingfisher, Eurasian skylark, Two-barred crossbill, Great grey shrike, Little bunting, Moustached warbler, Zitting cisticola, Plumage, Flight feather, Common chaffinch, Eurasian bullfinch, Crossbill, River warbler, Menetries's warbler, Bluethroat, Eurasian blue tit, European bee-eater, Hawfinch, Rose-ringed parakeet, European pied flycatcher, Supercilium, Red-backed shrike, Eurasian treecreeper, European roller, Eurasian collared dove, European goldfinch, Lesser grey shrike, Middle spotted woodpecker, Passerine, Flexible wing, Lanceolated warbler, Eurasian wryneck, BirdLife International, Insect, Common redstart, Columbidae, Lesser spotted woodpecker, Warbler, White-winged snowfinch, Snow bunting, Common grasshopper warbler, Bearded reedling, Parrot crossbill, Treecreeper, Tit (bird), White wagtail, Bohemian waxwing, Mistle thrush, Redpoll, Crested lark, Common wood pigeon, Parakeet