Garden Birds – Southern Africa: Fully Revised

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13-digit ISBN No: 978-1-919866-29-1
10-digit ISBN No. 1-919866-29-9

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Price: R229.00

EVERYBODY’S FAVOURITE SOUTHERN AFRICAN BIRD POSTER

The Korck Publishing Wall Poster “Newman’s Garden Birds – Southern Africa (Fully Revised)”

Are you passionate about birds? Interested in the beautiful and prolific birds of Southern Africa? This is your opportunity to own a best-selling bird poster that has given huge pleasure to a very large number of people.

This poster is fully revised – which means it contains the “new” bird names. And it is only a couple of clicks away from you!

Illustrated on this poster are 107 bird species superbly illustrated by Kenneth Newman. Among the bird families represented are: barbet, bulbul, canary, crow, cuckoo, dove, flycatcher, kingfisher, mousebird, owl, pigeon, plover, prinia, robin, sparrow, starling, sunbird, swallow, swift, thrush, warbler & weaver.

There are 20 other bird posters in the Korck Publishing Bird Poster series.

Whether you are a serious bird watcher or not, one thing is guaranteed …you will love this poster.

“Garden birds – Southern Africa (Fully Revised)” is one of 36 beautifully illustrated natural history posters produced by Korck Publishing, South Africa, and available now, world-wide, at a price you can afford!

This poster will adorn any wall at home, in the waiting room, at the office or in school or university. It will make a perfect gift not just for bird enthusiasts but for nature lovers in general.

We find that many people buy our posters for their children’s bedrooms to encourage them to have a lifelong interest in nature and its wonderful creatures.

The wall poster measures 900 mm x 594 mm (35.4 x 23.4 inches). The poster is double laminated (ie laminated both sides) for ultimate protection, and will be shipped to you in a sturdy postal tube. Many of our customers throughout the world choose to frame or blockmount the poster such is the quality and impact of the poster itself.