By: Robert Burton(Author)
144 pages, 125 col illus, 80 col photos
Explores a wide range of bird behaviour including courtship, territorial behaviour, singing, nesting, foraging, flying, feeding, and migration. The emphasis is on leisurely observing the birds that frequent your garden and taking time to spot the different characteristics of each species as they feed, interact, or raise their young, in order to gradually build up a comprehensive understanding of their behaviour.
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Robert Burton is a well-known author in the field of everyday natural history. He has written over thirty titles in thirty years. Robert's particular interest has been the behaviour of birds and his books include Bird Behaviour (Random House), Bird Flight (Facts on File) and the highly acclaimed RSPB Birdfeeder Guide (Dorling Kindersley). He has been the wildlife columnist for several British journals.
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