By: HH Bergmann, M Stock and B ten Thoren
251 pages, 128 illus, 2 tabs
This monograph gives an overview of the biology of the Barnacle goose. These birds breed in the high arctic and then fly south to overwinter on the coasts of North-west Europe, where they are often the subject of a conflict of interests between farming and nature conservation.
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