By: Weidensaul, Scott.

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382 pp, 10 1/4" H. Colour and b&w photographs, b&w maps, drawings, repoductions. "(A) comprehensive reference to the 310 species of diurnal (day-flying) birds of prey worldwide, including hawks, eagles, falcons and vultures. For the birder or naturalist who wants to go beyond the fundamentals, and especially for anyone fascinated by birds of prey, (this book) gathers virtually every important fact about these birds in an accessible and entertaining manner. (C)overs raptor evolution, taxonomy, behavior, courtship and breeding, nesting, migration, human/bird interaction, environmental threats, and conservation efforts - from the well-known programs to reintroduce the California condor and peregrine falcon, to lesser-known efforts to preserve the snail kite and the ferruginous hawk." Light toning in the margins of the pages, minor corner wear, slight fading to the colour at the topBottom edges of the spine. Dust jacket has some minor edge wear/wrinkling, one tiny edge tear.