Hawks, Eagles & Falcons of North America: Biology and Natural History

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Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990 - Nature - 403 pages
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The definitive volume on the biology of North AMerican falconiform (hawklike) birds. These beautiful winged predators have long excited human admiration and scientific curiosity. Paul A. Johnsgard writes with a keen appreciation of both interests, appealing to the serious birder as well as the ornithologist.

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Hawks, eagles & falcons of North America: biology and natural history

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Following a general survey of their biology and classification, Johnsgard provides detailed accounts of the 31 breeding species of hawks, eagles, and falcons found in mainland United States and Canada ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
xi
Comparative Biology
1
Comparative Behavior
39
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