By: Giovanni Leonardi (Author), Marco Preziosi (Illustrator), Gaia Sorrentino (Illustrator)
The genus Falco is one of the most fascinating groups of birds of prey and one that exhibits a worldwide distribution. This book describes how the behaviour of these magnificent birds contributes to their survival and reproductive success, examining aspects ranging from the exploitation of resources to dispersal patterns and communication, including an examination of competition and sociality. The primary aim of the author has been to produce a broad and readable review of the behavioural ecology of these falcons suited to both specialists and raptor enthusiasts.
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