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Birds of South Africa

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South Africa is a magnificent birding area. It is famous for its multitude of habitats, ranging from dramatic mountains to savannas to semi-desert plains. Mountain Mafadi in the Drakensberg reaches an altitude of 3450 m. In addition, South Africa has a great wealth of flowering plants, outstanding is the Cape Floral Kingdom, one of the six floral kingdoms. The diversity of habitats entails a stupendously high bird diversity: on the level of bird families the number is 103. Some of the bird families are truely spectacular, such as hornbills, rollers, parrots, trogons, and turacos. South Africa has an excellent network of national parks and nature reserves. The largest and most well-known is the Kruger National Park. Although mainly known for its fabulous game safaris, the Kruger NP has an enormous amount of avidiversity, too. Furthermore, two small uninhabited islands in the sub-antarctic Indian Ocean - 1 769 km south-east of Port Elizabeth - named Prince Edward Islands are Special Nature Reserves. It is estimated that the islands support 8 million seabirds total. Much easier to travel is the popular Garden Route in the south of the mainland, blessed with a climate, comparable to the Mediterranean climate, and a perfect touristic infrastructure.

This E-book bird guide for "South Africa" has been built at 30.04.2021, based upon our data base and our image archive using our default settings, and saved in two formates. Thereby it is made sure that the e-book can be displayed on virtually all devices and if applicable be printed out with a compact page size.
A free online-preview to the main section of the bird guide to South Africa - of course at today's state of the data base and the archive - is available at Bird guides customized. There you can not only obtain the current edition of "Birds of South Africa", but also modify the form in many ways.
Cover image Blue Crane, Photo: W.J.Daunicht

Primary language English, secondary languages German, French, Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese.
All 780 species are illustrated. In addition, links to HD videos of 174 bird species (1h 32m 49s) and audios of 54 bird species (23m 30s) are included. The assessment of the global conservation status of bird species uses the criteria of the Red List (IUCN) 2012.
The scientific system follows Clements et al. 2017.
An index, a name register in English and a scientific name register, all completely linked.
PDF E-book in page-based format A5: 256 pages, 40 MiB.
ePub E-book in flowable format for all devices with ePub reader: 34.58 MiB.
Also you can obtain a Kindle edition at Amazon (ASIN: B07D52MPY5).
© Wolfgang J. Daunicht 2021

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