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Biogeography and Ecology of Forest Bird Communities

By: Allen Keast(Editor)
410 pages, 2 plates with 15 colour photos, 1 plate with 1 colour map; 156 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 52 tables
Biogeography and Ecology of Forest Bird Communities
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  • Biogeography and Ecology of Forest Bird Communities ISBN: 9789051030471 Hardback Dec 1990 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Reviews basic data, and the latest research findings, on the bird communities of the world's major forest regions, relative to the biotic and physical attributes of this habitat. It covers avifaunal origins, taxonomic structure, major features of space use and feeding ecology, comparative ecology of species, adaptations, and the annual cycle.

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By: Allen Keast(Editor)
410 pages, 2 plates with 15 colour photos, 1 plate with 1 colour map; 156 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 52 tables
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"This book marks a milestone in our understanding of forest bird ecology. Every research library concerned with forest ecosystems should have a copy."
– DBA Thompson, Ibis

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