By: Robert Burton
158 pages, Col photos
Introduction to the hummingbird, exploring its natural history, essential relationship with plant life, flight, elaborate social life as well as its nesting behaviour and renowned migratory habits. Burton also dicusses the post-contact trade in hummingbird feathers, which has significantly depleted populations, and the current threats to its habitat.
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