By: S Weidensaul
382 pages, 150 col photos, b/w photos, illus
This book is a guide to the biology, ecology and conservation of diurnal birds of prey, written for the intermediate birdwatcher. Chapters cover raptor evolution and history, courtship and nesting behaviour, habitat, migration, human/bird interaction, environmental threats, and conservation efforts.
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