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Petronia: Fifty Years of Post-Independence Ornithology in India: A Centenary Dedication to Dr Salim Ali, 1896-1996

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By: J Daniels and GW Ugra
342 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs, illus, maps
Petronia: Fifty Years of Post-Independence Ornithology in India: A Centenary Dedication to Dr Salim Ali, 1896-1996
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  • Petronia: Fifty Years of Post-Independence Ornithology in India: A Centenary Dedication to Dr Salim Ali, 1896-1996 ISBN: 9780195666533 Hardback Jun 2003 Out of Print #151770
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Co-published with the Bombay Natural History Society, this commemorative volume in honor of Dr. Ali - who had been involved with the history society since he was a child - comprises 24 articles on ornithology by his friends, colleagues, and students. They range from observations on the biology of the mountain hawk eagle to 20th century changes in the avifauna of Pakistan and the post-independence history of Indian ornithology. The title comes from the generic name of the yellow-throated sparrow, which played a role in getting the young Ali interested in studying birds.

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Out of Print
By: J Daniels and GW Ugra
342 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs, illus, maps
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