Tits, Nuthatches and Treecreepers

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Sep 30, 2010 - Nature - 392 pages
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This guide covers all 110 of the world's species of tits, nuthatches and creepers. The Parulidae ("true" tits), Remizidae (penduline tits) and Aegithalidae (long-tailed tits) form the bulk of the book (78 species), with a further 24 species of nuthatch and eight creepers. The text covers each species under a number of headings: identification, sex and age, voice, distribution and movements, habitat, population, habits, breeding biology, description, movements, geographical variation, relationships, and references.

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Simon Harrap is co-author of "Birdwatching in Britain", and co-author of "Orchids of Britain and Ireland". David Quinn co-illustrated "New World Warblers" and is a winner of the "British Birds Bird Illustrator of the Year" competition.

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