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Where Have All the Birds Gone? Essays on the Biology and Conservation of Birds that Migrate to the American Tropics

By: John Terborgh
207 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
Where Have All the Birds Gone?
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  • Where Have All the Birds Gone? ISBN: 9780691024288 Paperback Jul 1992 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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  • Where Have All the Birds Gone? ISBN: 9780691085319 Hardback Dec 1990 Out of Print #5658
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Comprehensive and disturbing work on the decreasing numbers of tropical migrant species in North American forests, and a warning that if action is not taken now, there may be no way back. The author discusses the six months the birds spend in the tropics, the effects of deforestation, and American policy on urban and suburban development.

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By: John Terborgh
207 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
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This is a splendid book, simultaneously fascinating and frightening... For the birds' sake, read this book! Naturalist Review, Audubon Naturalist Society
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