Gal pagos Diary

and Indefah Galápagos Diary A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE lory ARCHIPELAGO'S BIRDLIFE Sut di have ELAJ Mysterious , remote , and home to many strange and marvelous creatures , the Galápagos archipelago is a bird watchers ' paradise .

Gal  pagos Diary

A renowned illustrator and a wildlife photographer team up to capture in words and images the stunning birds and other wildlife of the Galapagos Islands. The first half of the book provides an overall tour of the islands, while the second half serves as a detailed, illustrated field guide. 640 color photos.

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