Cambridge Encyclopedia of Ornithology By Michael Brooke
Cambridge Encyclopedia of Ornithology
by Michael Brooke
An encyclopedia of ornithology which is endorsed by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Experts describe the evolution, biology, behaviour and habitats of the world's birds, drawing on information from the earliest fossil records to the most modern tracking systems.
Anatomy and physiology; movement; birds, ancient and modern; the daily activities of birds; distribution; migration and navigation; bird populations; breeding; behaviour; people and birds.
Cambridge Encyclopedia of Ornithology by Michael Brooke
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Cambridge University Press
Winner of McColvin Medal 1991
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