By: Les Beletsky
310 pages, Tabs, figs
A detailed summary of over 30 years intensive study on this, one of North America's best studied and commonest birds. Concentrating on the species' polygynous breeding system, strong territoriality, complex vocal communications and broad distribution, this book will be of interest to ethologists and ecologists alike.
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