A Stillness in the Pines: The Ecology of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker

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Norton, 1992 - Nature - 270 pages
"A wonderful book . . . will be enjoyed by anyone with interest in either birds or the impact that humanity is having on its fellow travelers on spaceship earth." -Paul R. Ehrlich, author of The Population Bomb

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A STILLNESS IN THE PINES: The Ecology of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker

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Densely packed, adroitly written life history of the red- cockaded woodpecker by McFarlane, a ``woodpecker expert and conservationist.'' Red-cockaded woodpeckers are perfectly adapted to the pine ... Read full review

A stillness in the pines: the ecology of the red-cockaded woodpecker

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This commendable book tells the story of the decline of the red-cockaded woodpecker, a specialized inhabitant of mature Southeastern pine forests. McFarlane, a veteran professional ornithologist, is ... Read full review

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