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By: Paul A Johnsgard
398 pages, 50 col photos, 68 b/w illus
Brings together extensive information on the comparative biology and conservation status of wild pheasant populations. Species accounts address such topics as evolutionary history and relationships, social behaviour, habitats and population density, foods and foraging behaviour, movements or migrations, and reproductive biology. Each species is illustrated by a colour photograph, and illustrations depict behaviour and anatomy.
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