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Hellenic Ornithological Society, photo: Th.Kominos
Station Library

Handbook of the birds of Europe the Middle East and North Africa, The Birds of the Western Palearctic

Volume I: Ostrich to ducks, Volume II: Hawks to Bustards, Volume III: Waders to Gulls, Volume IV: Terns to Woodpeckers, Volume V: Tyrant Flycatchers to Thrushes, Volume VI: Warblers, Volume VII: Flycatchers to Shrikes, Volume VIII: Crows to Finches, Volume IX: Buntings and New Word Warblers

Sylvia Warblers, Identification, taxonomy and phylogeny of the genus Sylvia

Hadoram Shirihai, Gabriel Gargalo & Andreas J. Helbig

The Raptors of Europe and the Middle East, A handbook of field identification

Dick Forsman

Field Guide to the Birds of the Middle East

R F Porter, S Christensen, P Schiermacker-Hansen

Birds of the Mediterranean, A Photographic Guide

Paul Sterry

Moult and Ageing of European Passerines

Lucas Jenni, Raffael Winkler

Seabirds of the word, Photographic Handbok

Jim Enticott & David Tipling

Raptor Migration in Israel and the Middle East,A summary of 30 years of field research

H. Shirihai, R. Yosef, D. Alon, G. M. Kirwan, R. Spaar

Raptors In-Hand Identification Guide

William S. Clark & Reuven Yosef

Identification Guide to European Passerines

Lars Svensson

Identification Guide to European non Passerines

Kevin Baker

Ringers Manual

BTO

Bird Ringing Report 1985-2004

Hellenic Bird Ringing Centre

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Latest posts from the ABO blog

It was an extremely hot today, the wind dropped off around the middle of the day and after that, we had some nice flocks of honey buzzards. http://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1697/20170820

Looks like the migration is warming up.Once more, it was windy and the raptors arrived in the middle of the day. More information: http://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1697/20170819

The first half of the day was slow with a strong wind blowing from north-east. Although the wind continued, the afternoon brought more action. A flock of white storks did not manage to cross the island and after a couple of hours, they decide to land on the island. http://www.trektellen.org/count/view/1697/20170818

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