Diary of the exhibition - The rare bird, from the swallow to the kakapo

Discover the exhibition catalogue, richly illustrated with colour photographs.
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Description

Birds amaze us. With a great diversity of sizes, colours, songs, beaks, eggs and nests, they have conquered the sky and are present in all environments. Despite their great capacity for adaptation, birds are now in great danger. As collateral victims of human activities, their decline is increasing year by year.

With the second largest collection of birds in France, the Musée des Confluences in Lyon has selected nearly 240 specimens for this exhibition, from the museum's historical collections and from Hubert Bonnetain's important donation in 2018.

Product information

Publication Year
2020
Technical specification

Éditions du Musée des Confluences
Collection: Exhibition Diary
Binding : Paperback
Language : French
Weight : 0,145 Kg
Where to buy : Musée des Confluences bookshop
Dimensions
21 × 29,6 cm
Number of Pages
24
EAN
9782915822120

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