By John E. Cooper
Important adjustments to this new version are the inclusion of information on free-living birds, extra fabric on fractures, pathology, laws and poisons, and new sections on neonatology, healthiness tracking, captive-breeding and host-parasite relations.
This e-book stories all features of birds of prey, giving priceless updated details on ailments and pathology, but in addition taking a look at the heritage of the topic, the origins of phrases, the evolution of present pondering and finishing with a competent checklist of basic references for extra reading.
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