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By Donald S. Farner,James R. King,Kenneth C. Parkes

Written by means of foreign specialists from many disciplines, this multi-volume treatise is a complete survey of the verified facts and rules of avian biology. The volumes completely overview wisdom of the 8600 residing species of birds-knowledge because of advances in instrumentation and know-how and superior transportation amenities that let extra special, far-ranging box reports than ever ahead of. The emphasis is at the importance of avian organic examine to such components of biology as ethology, ecology, inhabitants biology, evolutionary biology, and physiological ecology.

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