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The Florida Scrub Jay Demography of a Cooperative-Breeding Bird

By: GE Woolfenden and JW Fitzpatrick
432 pages
The Florida Scrub Jay
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  • The Florida Scrub Jay ISBN: 9780691083674 Paperback Jul 1992 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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By: GE Woolfenden and JW Fitzpatrick
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[W]e have here a major contribution to populational and behavioral ecology, important for all students of the evolution of social behavior in vertebrates, whatever its form. -- Frank A. Pitelka, Ecology This is an important contribution to population biology. It will be of interest not only to workers in the field, but also as a readable introduction to one of the central topics in ornithology today. For the general naturalist ... it's a well-written, thoughtful account of a fascinating subject. -- Clive E. Goodwin, Canadian Field Naturalist
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