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A bird-finding guide to Panama: US edition by Angehr et al.

November 04, 2008

A bird-finding guide to Panama: US edition by Angehr et al.

Cornell University Press has published the American 2008 edition of a book by STRI research associate George Angehr with Dodge and Lorna Engleman published in Panama (2006) by Audubon, Where to find birds in Panama: A site guide for birders

Cornell University Press has published the American 2008 edition of a book by STRI research associate George Angehr with Dodge and Lorna Engleman published in Panama (2006) by Audubon, Where to find birds in Panama: A site guide for birders.

A bird-finding guide to Panama one of the most recent books of the Comstock Book Series, was published in association with the Panama Audubon Society, a BirdLife International Partner.

“Bird-finding guide to Panama is an essential tool for anyone traveling in search of Panama's spectacular birds and natural attractions. With more than 970 species... Panama is a premier birding and nature tourism destination... The country's unique geography, small size, and varied habitats make it easy to see a vast diversity of birds within a short time... Divided into three geographic sections (Canal Area, Eastern Panama, and Western Panama), this bird-finding guide provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on Panama's best birding sites.”

“Anyone reading this book will quickly realize just how easy it is to get around in Panama and how many of the most sought-after birds of the Neotropics can be easily found within its borders. Bird-finding guide to Panama is clearly written, the maps are easy to follow, the directions are succinct and accurate, and there are good sections on conservation" commented Scott Robinson from the Florida Museum of Natural History. It sells in the US for $29.95 paper, $65 cloth. 392p. 44 maps.

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