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Rapaci d'Italia [Raptors of Italy]

Flora / Fauna
By: Federico Cauli(Editor), Fulvio Genero(Editor)
448 pages, 215 colour photos and colour & b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
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  • Rapaci d'Italia [Raptors of Italy] ISBN: 9788889504550 Hardback Dec 2017 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Italian

Thanks to the contribution of over 30 authors, chosen from among Italy's raptor experts and committed conservationists, Federico Cauli and Fulvio Genero have completed the most accurate and engaging work ever published on Italian diurnal birds of prey. With a narrative style suitable for the general public but at the same time showcasing scientific rigor, every aspect of the biology of these animals is described: evolutionary history, classification, plumages, flight and hunting techniques, migrations, and reproduction. In addition to the 25 species in breeding Italy, illustrated in detail in 8 pages each, other chapters are dedicated to non-breeding species, methods and tools for field research, myths and legends, threats that put the survival of many species at risk, and conservation projects implemented in Italy.

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Grazie al contributo di oltre 30 autori, scelti fra gli esperti e le persone più impegnate nella conservazione in Italia, Federico Cauli e Fulvio Genero hanno portato a termine l’opera più accurata e coinvolgente mai pubblicata sui rapaci diurni italiani. Con uno stile narrativo adatto al grande pubblico ma al tempo stesso di estremo rigore scientifico, viene descritto ogni aspetto della biologia di questi animali: storia evolutiva, classificazione, piumaggi, tecniche di volo e di caccia, migrazioni, riproduzione. Oltre alle 25 specie nidificanti in Italia, illustrate in modo approfondito in 8 pagine ciascuna, altri capitoli sono dedicati alle specie non nidificanti, ai metodi e agli strumenti per la ricerca sul campo, al mito e alle leggende, alle minacce che mettono a rischio la sopravvivenza di molte specie, ai progetti di conservazione che vengono attuati in Italia.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Federico Cauli(Editor), Fulvio Genero(Editor)
448 pages, 215 colour photos and colour & b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
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