Avian Biology, Volume 9
Donald Sankey Farner, James Roger King, Kenneth C. Parkes
Academic Press, 1993 - Animal ecology - 342 pages
This last volume of Avian Biology brings to a close classic series which has done much to consolidate and promote recent advances in the study of birds.
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