By: Paul A Johnsgard
403 pages, 39 col plates, 102 b/w illus, tabs, maps
A definitive volume on the biology of North American raptors. The text covers the 31 species of raptor that breed north of Mexico, describes evolutionary history, morphological adaptations, comparative ecology, food and foraging behaviour, and reproductive biology, and includes a major section on conservation. The species accounts give in-hand and field identification features, range, subspecies, plumage variations, behaviour, and ecology. Each species is illustrated.
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