A Guide to the Birds and Mammals of Coastal Patagonia
This is a guidebook to the birds and mammals of the coastal region of Patagonia, an area at the southern tip of South America. It describes the 185 species of birds and 61 species of mammals known to inhabit the land and sea along 2000 miles of the Patagonian coast, from Peninsula Valdes to the Strait of Magellan. It contains information on identifying all the birds and mammals of the region, as well as details of the natural history of some of the more common species.
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"Besides being a guide to identification, [this book] contains valuable life-history information on each species, much of which is not available elsewhere."-Stuart Keith, American Museum of Natural History