Het Nederlands Valkeniersverbond "Adrian Mollen" Jaarboek 2014-2015

Author: Nederlands Valkeniersverbond "Adriaan Mollen"

Year of Publication: 2015

Source: Nederlands Valkeniersverbond "Adriaan Mollen"

Publisher: Nederlands Valkeniersverbond "Adriaan Mollen"

Place of Publication: EPS, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Pages: 88

Language: In Dutch with English summary

Link to: Website

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  • 17th Century
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Bestuur

Frits Kleyn (voorsitter)

Arno Teunissen (vicevoorsitter)

Mark van Appeldorn (secretaris)

Philippe Koenig (penningmeester)

Arjen Dijkman (Ornithologisch secretaris)

Willem Vrijenhoek (bestuurslid)

Einredactie

Dick ten Bosch,

Mark van Appeldorn,

English summary - Dick ten Bosch

Tekstcorrecties

Nederlands: Mark van Appeldorn, Dick ten Bosch en Netty Groeneveld

Engels: David Horobin

Vormgeving - Willem Morelis

Drukwerk - EPS, Amsterdam

Summaries in English are on pp.83-88.

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