By: Paul A Johnsgard (Author)
136 pages, 23 b/w illustrations
Accompanied by the stunning photography of Thomas D. Mangelsen, A Chorus of...
A natural history of the two North American crane species. The sandhill crane is the most abundant species in the world, and familiar to most birdwatchers, with annual migrations that can number 500,000 individuals, yet the whooping crane numbers under two hundred, and is one of the world's rarest species. The author describes the species' breeding biology, migration and behaviour, and also presents an overview of the other thirteen species of crane in the world.
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