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A birdwatcher at Peggy´s Cove, Nova Scotia, reports seeing a species presumed extinct: an Eskimo Curlew: How a stroll along the rocky coastline of Nova Scotia turned into a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with one of the planet´s rarest birds

Autores: Hoffman, R
Año publicación: 2007
Editorial: Birders World Magazine August, 24, 2007

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Enlace de acceso: http://www.birdwatchingdaily.com/featured-stories/a-birdwatcher-at-peggys-cove-nova-scotia-reports-seeing-a-species-presumed-extinct-an-eskimo-curlew/


 



   
 

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Hoffman, R. 2007. A birdwatcher at Peggy´s Cove, Nova Scotia, reports seeing a species presumed extinct: an Eskimo Curlew: How a stroll along the rocky coastline of Nova Scotia turned into a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with one of the planet´s rarest birds. Birders World Magazine August, 24, 2007.



 
 
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