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By: Rosemary Low
370 pages, Col and b/w photos
Taking us to the corners of the earth to give examples, Low explains why birds are at risk. From the flightless, nocturnal Kakapo (a giant parrot) of New Zealand, to the amazing Californian Condor, saved from extinction by captive breeding to the believed extinct or newly-discovered brush-finches of the Andes, she recounts their fascinating and often inspiring stories.
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