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The Eurasian Crane in Estonia

By: A Leito, J Kespaik, I Ojaste and J Truu
184 pages, 186 illustrations
The Eurasian Crane in Estonia
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  • The Eurasian Crane in Estonia ISBN: 9789985830697 Paperback Dec 2006 In stock
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The book presents the most notable results of the studies of Eurasian Cranes in Estonia. The book consists of eight topical chapters, a short introduction and conclusions, and the list of sources used. Nesting migration, population numbers and distribution of Eurasian Cranes receive here a more thorough treatment. Additionally, moulting is also discussed and an overview of the history of Eurasian Crane study and conservation in Estonia is provided.

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By: A Leito, J Kespaik, I Ojaste and J Truu
184 pages, 186 illustrations
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