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New York. NY: New York State Conservation Department, 1947. — 965 p. — ISBN-13 978-1111760984. This story of the ruffed grouse in New York, based primarily on the Ruffed Grouse Investigation, will, I believe, make a permanent and important niche for itself in the nation's wildlife literature. The Investigation was a unique undertaking in wildlife research. Then it was initiated 16...
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National Wildlife Federation, 1999. — 143 p. — ISBN 1-55971-714-9. — Northword Wildlife Series. An excellent overview of the Ruffed Grouse. The photographs are worth the price of the book alone. Mr Furtman gives an overview of the Grouse Family and does a thorough study of the life of the Grouse throughout the year. He covers in detail the courtship, breeding and rearing of the...
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Pegasus Books, 2016. — 272 p. — ISBN 9781605989631. Part detective story, part love affair, and pure adventure storytelling at its best, a celebration of the thrill of exploration and the lure of wild places during the search for the elusive Nechisar Nightjar. In 1990, a group of Cambridge scientists arrived at the Plains of Nechisar in Ethiopia. On that expedition, they collected...
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Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991. — 136 p. — ISBN 1-56098-051-6. Crane Music is a lyrically written natural history of the two North American crane species. The sandhill, the most abundant crane in the world and the only species legally hunted, is within easy reach of bird-watchers in the central part of the continent. Sandhills populate earth and skies by the...
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Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1986. — 116 p. — ISBN-13: 978-0803275669. With Paul Johnsgard, we follow the annual migration of the sandhill cranes from the American Southwest to their Alaskan mating grounds and then home again. It is a flight unaltered in nearly ten million years. By presenting various cycles of the migration in four time periods from 1860 to 1980,...
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Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1977. — 282 p. — ISBN 0-520-03362-0. The California Quail is a charming bird, with its striking good looks and mellow call notes. Widely distributed along the whole Pacific Coast, it has long been of interest to bird-lovers, sportsmen, ranchers, and wildlife biologists. In early times it was an important food source, and stocks were...
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New York City, NY: Harper, 2006. — 272 p. — ISBN-13: 978-0060088620. The California condor has been described as a bird "with one wing in the grave." Flying on wings nearly ten feet wide from tip to tip, these birds thrived on the carcasses of animals like woolly mammoths. Then, as humans began dramatically reshaping North America, the continent's largest flying land bird started...
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Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1977. — 272 p. — ISBN 0-395-25786-7. Terence Michael Shortt is one of the world's greatest bird portraitists. This assessment comes from a variety of people: from George Miksch Sutton, himself a great artist who contributed the Introduction, from ornithologists, from other painters, and from art critics. But, in addition to his skill as a...
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Wahington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1972. — 44 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 1. This Technical Note series on wildlife is designed to provide a literature review and summary of current knowledge pertaining to endangered and other wildlife species occurring on public lands. We in the Bureau of Land Management have recognized the need for...
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Wahington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1974. — 32 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 13. This Technical Note series on wildlife is designed to provide a literature review and summary of current knowledge pertaining to endangered and other wildlife species occurring on public lands. We in the Bureau of Land Management have recognized the need for...
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Wahington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1973. — 60 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 7. This Technical Note series on wildlife is designed to provide a literature review and summary of current knowledge pertaining to endangered and other wildlife species occurring on public lands. We in the Bureau of Land Management have recognized the need for...
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Denver, CO: Bureau of Land Management, 1974. — 22 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 9. This Technical Note series on wildlife is designed to provide a literature review and summary of current knowledge pertaining to endangered and other wildlife species occurring on public lands. We in the Bureau of Land Management have recognized the need for basic...
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Wahington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1974. — 28 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 8. This Technical Note series on wildlife is designed to provide a literature review and summary of current knowledge pertaining to endangered and other wildlife species occurring on public lands. We in the Bureau of Land Management have recognized the need for...
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Wahington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1973. — 68 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 5. The objective of this report is to provide BLM personnel with latest and most up-to-date information on rare or endangered species occurring on the public domain. This will provide a tool for improved understanding of the interrelationships between the species...
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Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000. — 432 p. — ISBN-13 978-0126540055. As the largest flying bird of North America, and one of the most endangered, the California Condor has been a source of tremendous interest and awe. This book offers up-to-date information on both the biology and conservation of the condor, as analyzed by the two most knowledgeable field biologists...
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Princeton University Press, 2018. — 585 p. — ISBN 978-0-691-13801-5. The first comprehensive field guide to the birds of Central America Birds of Central America is the first comprehensive field guide to the avifauna of the entire region, including Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. Handy and compact, the book presents text and...
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Wahington, DC: Bureau of Land Management, 1974. — 52 p. — Habitat magement series for unique or endangered species. № 12. This Technical Note series on wildlife is designed to provide a literature review and summary of current knowledge pertaining to endangered and other wildlife species occurring on public lands. We in the Bureau of Land Management have recognized the need for...
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