By: WLN Tickell
448 pages, 52 col plates, illus, figs, tabs, maps
This is the first comparative account of the albatrosses based on a comprehensive review of their natural history, oceanography, island geography and recent scientific research. It thoroughly explores all aspects of albatross biology, distribution and behaviour, as well as such topics as identification and taxonomy. The authoritative text is accompanied by numerous photographs, diagrams and maps.
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