Polish bird books

Subject: Polish bird books
From: "Alain Georges" <>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 05:43:08 +0000

Most of the European Field Guides cover Poland.

Many places are interesting for Birdwatching in Poland but I recommend you the Biebja National Park (NOrth-East of Poland ). You can find several crakes, Black tern,white-winged black tern, the three European species of snipe, shorebirds, Gargeney, several eagles, two storks, flycatchers, numerous woodpeckers, other wetland and wood birds, mammals.


From: "Philip A. Veerman" <>
To: "birding aus" <>
Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Polish bird books
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 13:48:34 +1100

I have a friend, also interested in birding, who is able to read Polish and would be very interested to know if there exist and are available, any field guide or general books on birds of Poland (preferably in Polish or English or both). She wishes to go there one day. If you can suggest any, please let me know. It sounds reasonable, I have bird books in Hebrew and German (neither of which I can read, not the same books of course, a bad combination!).

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