By: LL Short
256 pages, Col photos, b/w illus
Written by the Lamont Curator of Birds of the American Museum of Natural History, this book features descriptions of the behaviour of bird species from around the world. It follows the lives of birds through every stage, from hatching to learning to fly and from singing and migration to courtship and mating. It also discusses the delicate ecological connections betwen birds and humans, and why our understanding of their behaviour is crucial to our future and survival.
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