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Published: January 2021
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BIC Subject: Wildlife (Children's / Teenage)
Published By: Dorling Kindersley
 
Published: 05-Jan-2021
Format: Hardback, 64 pages, 0x0mm
ISBN: 9780241412794
Stock Code: 1412794
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Explore the world of birds with this highly-illustrated children's atlas.Which bird migrates the furthest? How do birds find a mate? What can we do to help endangered birds? Fully updated for its 25th anniversary, The Bird Atlas answers all these questions and more.This lavishly illustrated atlas for children is not your average guide to birds. It takes children on a tour, continent by continent, to meet the birds of the world. Within each section, the book travels through different biomes, such as mountains, deserts, and rivers; and specific regions, from the Mediterranean to the Everglades, Galapagos, and Himalayas.The Bird Atlas is packed with beautiful, life-like illustrations of birds from all over the world, with maps showing precisely where they are found. There are many books that can tell you toucans live in the Amazon rainforest, but this book shows where in the vast habitat you could spot the species.Every continent is introduced with an overview of the ecology, climate, and landscape; and the typical and record-breaking birds that live there. The book also explains the anatomy of a bird, traces migration routes, and highlights endangered species, pExplore the world of birds with this highly-illustrated children's atlas.Which bird migrates the furthest? How do birds find a mate? What can we do to help endangered birds? Fully updated for its 25th anniversary, The Bird Atlas answers all these questions and more.This lavishly illustrated atlas for children is not your average guide to birds. It takes children on a tour, continent by continent, to meet the birds of the world. Within each section, the book travels through different biomes, such as mountains, deserts, and rivers; and specific regions, from the Mediterranean to the Everglades, Galapagos, and Himalayas.The Bird Atlas is packed with beautiful, life-like illustrations of birds from all over the world, with maps showing precisely where they are found. There are many books that can tell you toucans live in the Amazon rainforest, but this book shows where in the vast habitat you could spot the species.Every continent is introduced with an overview of the ecology, climate, and landscape; and the typical and record-breaking birds that live there. The book also explains the anatomy of a bird, traces migration routes, and highlights endangered species, p
Richard Orr has long been established as one of Britain's foremost natural history artists. He has contributed to numerous books and magazines around the world, and has also exhibited paintings in London's Natural History Museum and zoos in the Netherlands. Barbara Taylor has a degree in environmental sciences and after working at the Natural History Museum, became a full-time writer of science and nature books.
 
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