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Birds of Gardens & Parklands of the British Isles & Europe Poster

Manufacturer: Korck Publishing

Recommended Age: All Ages

Availability: In stock

$29.99
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Shipping Weight: 5 ounces

Product Dimensions: 23.4 x x 35.4 inches

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Description

The 75 bird species illustrated on this poster represent the birds most likely to be seen in the urban environment of the British Isles and Europe.

We share our environment with birds. They daily delight us with the infinite variety of their shapes and sizes and colours, their mastery of flight, and their bright birdsong. Man’s impact on birds has been largely negative, principally through habitat destruction. But with increasing awareness of the need to protect our environment for the future has come, happily, an increasing desire to better know and understand birds.

This wall poster and the 5 other titles in this series serve largely as a pictorial catalogue of various bird groupings, and hopefully as a stimulus to the viewer to read more and learn more about birds.

Bird Families Include:
Bunting, dove, flycatcher, owl, robin, sparrow, starling, thrush, tit, treecreeper, warbler, and woodpecker

-Posters are 35 x 24 inches.
-Laminated on both sides for ultimate protection.
-Printed on heavy art paper with world class print quality.

About Korck:
Korck Publishing is a South African publishing company established in 1993 with a focus on educational and natural history subject matter. Korck Posters' 36 natural history posters together illustrate about 4000 different species of birds, mammals, fishes, sharks, snakes, frogs, etc. There is simply nothing like them worldwide. Their popularity grows as they are discovered by more and more people, from children to scientists, with an interest in nature and nature conservation.