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Peterson Field Guides to Eastern Birds, 4th Edition by  Roger Tory Peterson Institute - Fourth Edition - 1980 - from Trumpington Fine Books Limited and Biblio.com

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Peterson Field Guides to Eastern Birds, 4th Edition

by Institute, Roger Tory Peterson

Condition: Very Good /No Jacket


Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Card Covers. 039526619X 384pp. 1980. Fourth edition. 12mo. The title should read: 'A field guide to the birds A completely new guide to all the birds of Eastern and central north America.' The text supported by numerous colour maps and colour illustrations. Some edge wear and shelf wear to the card covers. A light crease to each corner of the rear card cover. A very good minus, clean, tight copy. . Very Good. 1980. Fourth Edition.



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