Edited By: RW Campbell
The first two volumes in a planned three-volume series on the avifauna of this North American region, this is a long-awaited treatment of the Province's birds, and draws on over a million records from 4,000 observers. The first two volumes examine history, environment and conservation of the birds of the Province, followed by the nonpasserine species accounts. Each account gives details of range, status and seasonal distribution, and is illustrated with photographs and distribution maps / charts.
Volume 1: Nonpasserines - Introduction, Loons through Waterfowl
514 pages 338 black/white photos, figures, & maps tables & graphs 1990
Volume 2: Nonpasserines - Diurnal Birds of Prey through Woodpeckers
636 pages 350 black/white photos, figures & maps tables & graphs 1990
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