Bird of Life, Bird of Death: A Naturalist's Journey Through a Land of Political Turmoil

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Laurel, Aug 1, 1987 - Fiction - 249 pages
3 Reviews
In 1983 Maslow traveled to Guatemala to locate the endangered quetzal, considered sacred and one of the most beautiful birds on earth. Following the bird's trail, he confronts the horrors of a war-torn nation, where 10,000 people disappear each year.

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Review: Bird of Life, Bird of Death: A Naturalist's Journey Through a Land of Political Turmoil

User Review  - Erik Graff - Goodreads

Although I classified this book under the sciences, the author being an ornithologist and the book being about his quest for the quetzal, it is just as much about the history of Central America ... Read full review

Review: Bird of Life, Bird of Death: A Naturalist's Journey Through a Land of Political Turmoil

User Review  - Luxagraf - Goodreads

From the NYTimes Review: In his introduction, Mr. Maslow suggests the book is "a kind of essay in political ornithology." While correct in believing this is "a field that does not quite exist, at ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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