By R. J. Fuller
Hitherto, few books have dealt essentially with poultry habitats however the topic is of pressing value now that exploitation of our surroundings has left few corners of england untouched or unthreatened. nevertheless, the booklet is way greater than well timed, it additionally extends the reader's curiosity to a space of poultry research that has, maybe, been too little considered.
The e-book describes the entire major habitat varieties, the constitution and composition of poultry groups, and studies fowl websites and their distribution all through Britain. For the birdwatcher and all concerned with conservation, this is often stimulating studying and a necessary reference.
The textual content is supported via greater than a hundred diagrams and maps, and over 50 photos; additionally there are fifty three beautifully evocative drawings via Donald Watson.
Jacket illustrations via Donald Watson
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