High Arctic: an expedition to the unspoiled north
Narrative of the author's ornithological expedition to Bathurst Island in 1969, illustrated with many of the author's bird paintings and with photographs by David F. Parmelee, Stewart D. MacDonald, David R. Gray, and Philip Taylor.
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