Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds

Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds

Book - 2003
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The ultimate reference to the vast world of birds.

Discover a family of birds who are phenomenal fliers but cannot walk or climb. There is a species that nests at the Arctic Circle and winters at the lower tip of South America, migrating up to 235,000 miles in its lifetime. These and thousands more winged wonders are described in fascinating detail in the Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds .

Authoritative, easy-to-read essays explain mating rituals, historical significance, evolutionary development, and nesting habits. Organized alphabetically by Family, this comprehensive encyclopedia is illustrated with 2,000 color photographs and location maps. The text is lively, well researched, cleanly organized and completely understandable to nonscientific readers. A Fact File for each bird family lists the relevant data including species, genus, global distribution, habitat, plumage, voice, nest, egg descriptions, diet and conservation status.

With contributions by a team of 100 distinguished zoologists, the Firefly Encyclopedia of Birds is a major reference work for all birders as well as students and naturalists.

Publisher: Toronto : Firefly Books, c2003
ISBN: 9781552977774
1552977773
Branch Call Number: 598 FIR
Characteristics: 656 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm
Additional Contributors: Perrins, Christopher M.
Alternative Title: Birds
Encyclopedia of birds

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