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A Century Of Bird Books

Author : Peter Tate
ISBN : CORNELL:31924002200412
Genre : Nature
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Illinois Birds

Author : Jeffery W. Walk
ISBN : 1882932269
Genre : Bird populations
File Size : 23. 68 MB
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Illinois Birds: A Century of Change compares bird populations and landscapes in Illinois from the turn of the last century, the 1950s and the turn of this century. Surveys in the 2000s turned up 26 species not found 50 or 100 years ago, including wood ducks, house finches, and collared doves. While only one species has been eliminated from Illinois, there are several species that are declining.

The Birds Of London

Author : Andrew Self
ISBN : 9781408194041
Genre : Nature
File Size : 41. 53 MB
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The first comprehensive avifauna for the London area ever published covering the status, distribution and history of every species on the regional list in rich detail.

Florida S Birds

Author : David S. Maehr
ISBN : 1561643351
Genre : Nature
File Size : 51. 88 MB
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This illustrated guide to Florida's birds includes full-color illustrations and detailed descriptions of each species, and covers such topics as exotic and endangered species; bird conservation and study; finding, attracting, and feeding birds, bird problems, and the care of sick and injured birds.

The Snoring Bird

Author : Bernd Heinrich
ISBN : 9780061977831
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Although Gerd Heinrich, a devoted naturalist, specialized in wasps, Bernd Heinrich tried to distance himself from his "old-fashioned" father, becoming a hybrid: a modern, experimental biologist with a naturalist's sensibilities. In this extraordinary memoir, the award-winning author shares the ways in which his relationship with his father, combined with his unique childhood, molded him into the scientist, and man, he is today. From Gerd's days as a soldier in Europe and the family's daring escape from the Red Army in 1945 to the rustic Maine farm they came to call home, Heinrich relates it all in his trademark style, making science accessible and awe-inspiring.

Living Dinosaurs

Author : Dr. Gareth Dyke
ISBN : 9781119990451
Genre : Science
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Living Dinosaurs offers a snapshot of our current understanding of the origin and evolution of birds. After slumbering for more than a century, avian palaeontology has been awakened by startling new discoveries on almost every continent. Controversies about whether dinosaurs had real feathers or whether birds were related to dinosaurs have been swept away and replaced by new and more difficult questions: How old is the avian lineage? How did birds learn to fly? Which birds survived the great extinction that ended the Mesozoic Era and how did the avian genome evolve? Answers to these questions may help us understand how the different kinds of living birds are related to one another and how they evolved into their current niches. More importantly, they may help us understand what we need to do to help them survive the dramatic impacts of human activity on the planet.

The Bedside Book Of Birds

Author : Graeme Gibson
ISBN : 9780385662956
Genre : Birds
File Size : 56. 84 MB
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This unprecedented and enchanting treasure trove of paintings, drawings, poems, essays, and scientific observations beautifully captures the interest and emotions birds evoke.

Die Eule Die Gern Aus Dem Wasserhahn Trank

Author : Martin Windrow
ISBN : 9783446443273
Genre : Science
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Mumble ist noch ein flauschiges Eulenküken, als Martin Windrow sie bei sich aufnimmt. 15 Jahre lang sollten die beiden unzertrennlich bleiben. Anrührend, charmant und mit unnachahmlich britischem Humor erzählt Windrow, wie die kleine Eule seinen Alltag auf den Kopf stellt. Er berichtet von Mumbles Leidenschaft, Schnürsenkel zu jagen, von ihren lausigen Landungen nach waghalsigen Flugmanövern und ihrem großen Bedürfnis nach Streicheleinheiten. Amüsiert lässt er die Reaktionen seiner irritierten Mitmenschen Revue passieren, die aber irgendwann akzeptieren: Windrow und Mumble sind Freunde geworden. Die Geschichte einer ungewöhnlichen Beziehung – die uns en passant alles über die Biologie und Mythologie der Eulen lehrt.

Kein Rabe So Schwarz

Author : Joel Rose
ISBN : 3423211091
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Die V Gel Amerikas

Author : John James Audubon
ISBN : OCLC:1038004607
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