Encyclopedia of birds

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Smithmark, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 240 pages
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This book features an authoritative text by international experts combined with lavish photographs taken by leading wildlife photographers. Included are maps, diagrams, and line drawings. Part one includes information on bird classification, history, habitats, and more. Part two is a comprehensive survey of the various bird groups, and more. 350 full-color photographs, illustrations, and line drawings.

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Contents

PELICANS AND THEIR ALLIES 61
22
E A Schreiber
61
PART ONE RAPTORS
74
THE WORLD OF BIRDS Penny Olsen
81
Joseph Forshaw CAMI BIRDS
88
WalterJ Bock CRANES AND Till IR A I LI IS
95
BIRDS THROUGH TNI AGES 23 George W Archibald
102
Hugh A Ford PIGEONS AND SANDCROUSE
114
ENDANGERED SPECIES 37 Joseph Forshaw
125
PART TWO Penny Olsen
134
S J J F Davies G R CunninghamVan Someren
140
John P Croxall Joseph Forshaw and Alan Kemp
152
LARKS AND WAGTAILS 171 VIREOS
213
PA Clancey Kenneth C Parkes
235
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About the author (1991)

Forshaw-Australian National Museum, Sydney, Australia

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