By: JB Gollop, TW Barry and EH Iversen
160 pages, 20 b/w photos, 5 b/w illustrations, 7 maps
Collation of observations, from the past to the present, of the Eskimo curlew. Attemps to compile the bird's history and what is known about its biology. Appendices include a summary of R.R. MacFarlane's specimen notes on Eskimo curlews collected near the Anderson River, NWT, 1862-66 and records of Eskimo curlews on the Labrador Coast, 1770-86 from George Cartwright's diary.
"Thoroughly to be recommended as an authoritative and exhaustive treatise on this little-known and extremely rare bird."
- John Marchant, British Birds
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