By: N Snyder and H Snyder
224 pages, 200 col photos, 34 maps
An introduction to the biology and conservation of the 34 species of diurnal North American raptor. For each species, there is discussion of its ecology and biology, as well as the threats it faces, and conservation measures being taken. Each account is well illustrated with colour photos.
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