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RSPB Spotlight kingfishers

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We put a truly elegant and noble bird at the centre of this new RSPB Spotlight book: the kingfisher.
Often spotted by the banks of a river, most of us are aware of kingfisher's but know very little about their day to day life and behaviour.
With their typical long bills and bright blue plumage, the Common Kingfishers is instantly recognisable but did you know that there are over ninety species that belong to this colourful family?

David Chandler celebrates their remarkable existence, studying their unique adaptations and their courtship, breeding and feeding habits. He also investigates historical threats to Kingfishers, considers their future, and offers practical advice on how to find and see these glorious birds.

  • - by David Chandler
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Paperback
128 pages
ISBN 978-1472933676
Product Dimensions 14.9 x 1 x 21.2 cm
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