From the author of Arctic Summer, this is a historical account of the region's birds and those who have studied and even given their names to them. Conservation of species and habitat is discussed and there are also detailed looks at Arctic specialities such as the Gyrfalcon, Ross's Gull and the Snowy Owl. The book closes with practical advice on how, when and where to visit the Arctic.
Digital reprint of a book originally published in 1991.
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