Seabirds of the World

Seabirds of the World

Owls of the World

$40.00
ISBN
9781921517648

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By James Duncan
Format Hardback
Page Extent 194
Book Size 260 x 228 x 20
Imprint Reed New Holland
Release Date 1/03/2016
Subject Classification The natural world, country life & pets / Wildlife: general interest / Wildlife: birds & birdwatching

The best and most up-to-date book on owls available. Packed with beautiful illustrations, it explores owl behaviour and lifecycle, including hunting, courtship, breeding and special adaptations for nocturnal life. There is a chapter on each owl family, from the huge eagle owls to the diminutive pygmy owls and owlets.
Author Jim Duncan has studied owls for more than two decades and has banded more than 2,500 owls as part of his research.

James Duncan

Author Jim Duncan has studied owls for more than two decades and has banded more than 2,500 owls as part of his research.