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Magical Merlins

Monograph
By: Bruce A Haak(Author), Tim Gallagher(Foreword By)
184 pages, 66 colour photos, 35 colour illustrations, tables
Magical Merlins
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  • Magical Merlins ISBN: 9780997816549 Hardback Oct 2021 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This book addresses many aspects of merlin natural history including breeding, migration, wintering behaviour and winter range, subspecies and intergrading, foraging and roosting behaviour, plumage variations, urban adaptations, and range expansion.

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Biography

Bruce Haak has spent five decades practising falconry and studying wild raptors. A graduate of Oregon State University, Bruce conducted one of the early radio-telemetry studies of the prairie falcon. As a wildlife biologist for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, he did peregrine reintroduction and population monitoring. For two decades, he bred peregrines for both falconry and reintroduction efforts.

Monograph
By: Bruce A Haak(Author), Tim Gallagher(Foreword By)
184 pages, 66 colour photos, 35 colour illustrations, tables
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