By: JH Rappole, ES Morton, TE Lovejoy and JL Ruos
341 pages, c.680 maps, tables, figures
This is an important work on the nearctic migratory bird species and the neotropics. Written in Spanish, and therefore accessible to most neotropical ornithologists, it presents basic data on the habitat preferences, distribution and habits of over 670 species. Introductory chapters cover ecology, evolution, distribution, zoogeography, and conservation problems, with recommendations. The bulk of the book comprises the appendices covering: complete list of species considered as nearctic migrants; table of habitat use by species; table of food usage by species; distribution maps by species for North, Central and South America; distributional checklist by species for the neotropics; bibliography.
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