By: DH Morse
384 pages, 60 illus, 3 tabs
The first comprehensive monograph for nearly thirty years on the Parulinae - the New World or American Warblers. In it, Morse reviews their evolutionary history and their dispersal through North and South America, their life cycle, both in breeding and migration, as well as aspects of their foraging behaviour, habitat selection, mating, reproduction, plumage, rare and tropical species, and diversity.
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