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American Geophysical Union, 1968. — 263 p. The birds of Antarctica, and particularly the penguins, have aroused man's interest and his scientific curiosity ever since he first learned of their existence less than two centuries ago. Yet scientific study of them has until recently been only a minor objective of the various expeditions that have visited this most recently discovered...
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St. Martin's Press, 2004. — 160 p. Some of the most spectacular and awe-inspiring predators on the planet, the raptors, or birds of prey have captivated us for centuries. This new Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press offers a fascinating look at these incredible birds. - Covers all raptors, including hawks, eagles, vultures, falcons, and owls - Hunting strategies, migration,...
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Helm, 2018. — 272 p. — (Helm Field Guides). — ISBN 978-1472937537. Oman is a truly amazing place. In terms of avifauna it lies at the crossroads between Asian and African species--Arabian desert species to the north, and a host of Afrotropical species occurring in the monsoon-swept south that don't occur anywhere else in the Western Palaearctic. With much of the Middle East now...
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Cambridge, MA: The Riverside press, 1954. — 397 p. The North Atlantic, busiest ocean in the world, is revealed in the opening chapters not as a monotonous watery plain, but as an intricately varied, densely inhabited foraging ground for sea-birds. This avian community, though remarkably homogeneous in difierent sections of the broad expanse of the North Atlantic, is fascinating in...
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Second Edition. — New York, NY: Dover Publications, Inc., 1967. — 529 p. Since the disappearance of the last dodo some 280 years ago, over 130 species and subspecies of birds have completely disappeared or have become seriously threatened with extinction. The passenger pigeon, Labrador duck, great auk, the nearly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker and whooping crane are but a few of...
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New York: Clarkson N. Potter, 1964. — 493 p. Photographically-illustrated compilation of definitive data about the various birds of prey, their history, environment, characteristics, and habits
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Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1983. — 274 p. — ISBN 0-253-11255-9. Cranes are a group of birds that can lift the human spirit as few other wild animals can do; their great size, marvelous soaring abilities, humanoid traits such as "dancing," and penetrating voices, all strike deep into the human psyche and forcefully remind us of the beauty and mystery of the natural...
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Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2000. — 230 p. — ISBN-13 978-1-56098-388-4. Of all birdgroups, none is more closely associated with the world's tropical forests than trogons and quetzals. With shimmering golden-green feathers and long ornamental tail coverts, Central America's resplendent quetzal often has been called the world's most beautiful bird. Other New World as...
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Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2019. — 128 p. — ISBN 10 1472956036, 13 978-1472956033. A hunting Osprey is one of the great sights of the natural world, and its fishing prowess is admired and revered around the globe. However, its penchant for taking fish from trout ponds resulted in a drastic decline in the UK with the species wiped out by human persecution and habitat loss. Thanks to...
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University of Minnesota Press, 1980. — 168 p. Few maps show the location of Bird Island - a lonely outcrop in the South Georgia group where Antarctic waters push against the Atlantic east of Cape Horn. Its forbidding flanks invite few human visitors. But for those who reach its shores there are rich rewards. Ornithologist David Parmelee was one of the fortunate. Nowhere in the...
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019. — 220 p. Ospreys are one of the few bird species that are found throughout the world. From forests in Hokkaido to rivers in Oregon and islands off Australia, Ospreys steal the show as nature lovers easily watch them build their massive nests and tend to their young. The fact that the Osprey is one of the few large birds that can hover adds to...
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Jena: Verlag von Gustav fischer, 1904. — P. 80-288. Die nachfolgende Arbeit giebt eine Uebersicht der Vögel des nördlichen Eismeeres und seiner Inseln. Sie kann als erster Versuch in der ornithologischen Litteratur bezeichnet werden, die Vogelfauna eines Gebietes, welches in seiner ungeheuren räumlichen Ausdehnung bis jetzt nur eine lückenhafte Erforschung gefunden hat,...
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Изд-во Московского университета. М. 1975. 182 С. В книге дан полный обзор авифауны южной горной цепи Палеарктики от Атласских и Пиренейских гор до Тибета и Гималаев. Для каждого вида птиц приведены сведения о распространении, размножении, сезонных перемещениях и географической изменчивости. Автором произведено орнитогеографическое деление гор южной Палеарктики, при которос...
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