Crossbill Guide: Western Andalucia. Huelva to Málaga, Spain.

£28.95

Available for Pre-order. Due April 2024.
Crossbill Guide: Western Andalucia. Huelva to Málaga, Spain. Author: Format: Paperback First Published: Published By: Crossbill Guides Foundation View more from this series: Crossbill Guides
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Pages: 272 Illustrations and other contents: Photos, illustrations and maps throughout ISBN: 9789491648335 Categories: , , Tag:

What’s new in the second print published in 2024? The complete text of all chapters has been checked and updated to the current situation. Routes have also been checked and changed where needed. All in all, this resulted in numerous small changes. Furthermore, GPS coordinates have been added to the route points and site descriptions to facilitate navigation.

This title in the Crossbill Guides Series is one of two volumes covering the autonomous region of Andalucia in Spain. The Crossbill Guide to Western Andalucia covers the western provinces. Like all other Crossbill Guide, this title answers two questions: what makes this area so special, and how you can see this for yourself.

Andalucía is too large and diverse to do it justice in a single guidebook. This book covers the western half – roughly the provinces of Huelva, Seville, Cádiz and Málaga.

Like all other Crossbill Guide, it answers two questions: what makes this area so special, and how you can see this for yourself. The book describes the flora and fauna, landscape and traditional land use of this region, plus 18 detailed routes and 28 sites covering Coto Doñana, Cádiz and the strait of Gibraltar, Alcornocales, and Sierra de Grazalema, to name a few, with concrete indications on where and how to find the birds, wildlife and flora.

 

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Dirk Hilbers (The Netherlands, 1976), biologist, is the founder of the Crossbill Guides Foundation and travels Europe to write Crossbill Guides about the continent’s most beautiful natural areas. When not in the field, Dirk Hilbers works as a lecturer in the field of science communication and environmental ethics.