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Bird Trapping and Bird Banding A Handbook for Trapping Methods all over the World

Handbook / Manual
By: Hans Bub(Author), Frances Hamerstrom(Translated by), Karin Wuertz-Schaefer(Translated by)
330 pages, 456 photos and line drawings [By Winfried Noll and Eitel Raddataz]
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  • Bird Trapping and Bird Banding ISBN: 9780801483127 Paperback Dec 1996 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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  • Bird Trapping and Bird Banding ISBN: 9780801425257 Hardback Mar 1991 Out of Print #6142
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Originally published in German, this is the most complete and detailed single work on bird capture available. Drawing on extensive historical and international sources for information, the author describes trapping methods that do not harm birds, and also covers safe, humane ways of handling captive birds. Most taxonomic groups of land and sea birds are covered in detail, with all major techniques described and comprehensively illustrated. The author shows that these methods are also applicable to bats.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Hans Bub(Author), Frances Hamerstrom(Translated by), Karin Wuertz-Schaefer(Translated by)
330 pages, 456 photos and line drawings [By Winfried Noll and Eitel Raddataz]
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