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
6 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  - Steven Mccormick - Goodreads

I thoroughly enjoyed this book actually written in my birth year of 1983 depicting a nothing short of epic journey of life and culture shock of an educated ornithologist and his adventures through ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Ken Clary - Goodreads

In the late 1980s, I discovered this non-fiction book and spent a rainy vacation day reading about the adventures of two American ornithologists in Guatamala, a very poor Central American country in the midst of a political upheaval. It is one of my favorite reading experiences. Read full review

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9
Section 2
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Section 3
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