By: Vadim Konstantinovich Ryabitsev (Author)
179 pages, 42 illus, 4 maps
Describes an expedition to the northern Ural Mountains, on the border between Europe and Asia, to study Willow and Arctic Warblers. A popular account of the ecological fieldwork involved, including portraits of the individual warblers, and describes the other wildlife encountered as well as the delights and trials of camp life in the northern taiga. Illustrated by the author, translated from Russian, with scientific, linguistic and general notes.
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