If you are located outside the U. The book takes each of the four breeding species in turn Kestrel, Merlin, Hobby and Peregrine Falcon , exploring its form, habitat, breeding biology and status, along with a chapter on the hunting techniques of each species. A must for the bookshelves of any raptor-loving hardened ornithologist.
British Birds of Prey (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 60) - Leslie. H. Brown - E-book
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British Birds of Prey (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 60)
Enter your HarperCollins account username and password. Please note that your username is an e-mail address. Download your e-book s from your bookshelf. Electronic book text Quantity: Specialty Booksellers Interest-specific online venues will often provide a book buying opportunity. Adam Watson and Robert Moss offer some insight into the natural history and biology of British grouse species, ranging from aspects of behavior and historical relevance of their names to population fluctuations and conservation efforts.
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Watson and Moss have also written something very readable, even to a non-expert. I was reminded again that conservation, not just sport shooting, current Despite much drooling over the famous New Naturalist cover artwork, this is only the second book I have actually read, the first being something of a period piece. I was reminded again that conservation, not just sport shooting, currently involves a good deal of killing and it wasn't clear that could change. However the book shows just how much illegal killing, possibly even misguided for the criminals' purpose, is going on.
What I hope is to retain a tenth of what I have learned from this book. The Nature of California.
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