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Vagrancy in Birds (English Edition)

  • ファイル名: Vagrancy in Birds (English Edition) PDF 電子書籍 フリー.
  • ISBN : 33992615
  • リリース日 : 19 2月 2020
  • ページ数 : 188 ページ
  • 著者 : Alexander Lees
  • 作成者情報 : Alexander Lees
  • エディター : 独立した出版社





A fascinating read into the different causes of vagrancy, and the instances of vagrancy in different bird families. ― BBC Wildlife

An exceptional publication … If you have an interest in migration and vagrancy you should definitely add it to your bookshelf. ― Birdwatch Magazine

This is a rarity of a book, technical, but enthralling. — John Lewis-Stempel ― Country Life

[This book] takes you on a journey, following the movement of birds around the world, and showing you why so many end up often in the ‘wrong place’… The mixture of colour pictures really adds to the text, especially in the excellent species accounts which make up most of the book. ― Bird Watching, Book of the Month –このテキストは、hardcover版に関連付けられています。
Alexander Lees is a Senior Lecturer in Biodiversity at Manchester Metropolitan University, a Lab Associate of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and serves on both the British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee (BOURC) and the Brazilian Ornithological Records Committee (CBRO). Alex has written over one hundred academic papers in addition to many popular ornithology articles, and his research focuses primarily on understanding how birds respond to environmental change, particularly in the Amazon where he has been working for the last 17 years. Alex now lives in the Derbyshire Peak District, arguably not the finest place to find vagrants, but hasn’t given up hope yet.

James Gilroy is a Lecturer in Ecology at the University of East Anglia. His childhood fascination with bird migration led him into a career studying the long-distance movements of animals, and how these movements are changing in in response to human impacts. Since completing his PhD in the UK, he has worked in many countries around the world, including spending several years at Rutgers University in New Jersey and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Oslo, as well as long spells in the tropics. He remains an obsessive birder and vagrant-hunter (when time allows!), and still pours religiously over weather charts in an effort to predict the arrival of interesting species in his local area. –このテキストは、hardcover版に関連付けられています。 で無料で本のPDF Vagrancy in Birds (English Edition) によって Alexander Lees をダウンロードしてください。ここでは、余分なお金を費やすことなく、無料でPDFファイル形式でこの本をダウンロードすることができます。Vagrancy in Birds (English Edition) PDFを無料でダウンロードするには、以下のダウンロードリンクをクリックしてください。


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