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The Wind Masters The Lives of North American Birds of Prey

By: Pete Dunne(Author), David Allen Sibley(Illustrator)
263 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Mariner Books
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  • The Wind Masters ISBN: 9780618340729 Paperback Jan 2003 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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  • The Wind Masters ISBN: 9780395652350 Hardback Dec 1995 Out of Print #48884
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Written by one of America's leading ornithologists, this is more than simply descriptions of raptors. It is a personal, anecdotal, account of all North American birds of prey, taking phyiscal and behavioural facts and interweaving them with observations and stories, in a style reminiscent of Edward Abbey.

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By: Pete Dunne(Author), David Allen Sibley(Illustrator)
263 pages, illustrations
Publisher: Mariner Books
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"[...] Anyone with even a remote interest in birds of prey should read this book. There are plenty of books that will assist you in identifying raptors, and others where you can learn about their lives. But after reading this book, you will feel like you know these majestic birds, and you will not look at them in the same way again."
- Grant McCreary (03-07-2008), read the full review at The Birder's Library

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