This book investigates the complex relationship between nocturnal birds and the environment which they inhabit from dusk to dawn. The study encompasses not only the activities of owls and other purely nocturnal birds, but also species which are only occasionally nocturnal, those owl species which are primarily diurnal in habit, and cave-dwelling birds such as swifts.
Digital reprint of a book originally published in 1990.
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