By: CS Harrison
247 pages, 41 colour plates, 21 b/w illus, 8 maps
Because of its geographical isolation and tropical-subtropical location, Hawaii is home to many unique or rare animals. Unfortunately many of these are also highly endangered and many of the bird species are nearing extinction. This is the first book to portray a tropical seabird community, and documents the 22 species of Hawaiian seabird and their natural history.
`A fascinating book . . . Every seabird buff, from the amateur to the academic, should have it.' Roger Tory Peterson.
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