Birds And People

Author: Mark Cocker
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448163471
Size: 40.97 MB
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In the end, this is a book as much about us as it is about birds.

Birds And People

Author: N. J. Collar
Publisher: Gardners Books
ISBN: 9789689128045
Size: 34.39 MB
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A portfolio drawn from the world's greatest bird photographers drives the message of this book home. The book is split into five chapters looking at all aspects of human's relationship with birds.

Birds Are People Too

Author: Kate Davis
Publisher: Mountain Press Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780878426690
Size: 19.49 MB
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The captions will leave you chuckling, but this collection of more than 100 never-before-published photos of 62 species of birds is amazing for its action shots alone.

Nage Birds Ethnozoological Cla

Author: Gregory Forth
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134368097
Size: 74.62 MB
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This unusual and richly-illustrated book is the story of the relationship between the Nage people of eastern Indonesia and the birds alongside which they co-exist.

Arkansas Birds Thier Distribution And Abundance C

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781610750318
Size: 22.75 MB
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The first human inhabitants of Arkansas were small migratory bands of hunters
and gatherers called Paleo-Indians, who entered Arkansas perhaps as early as
11,500 years before the present (Morse 1982). The land must have abounded
with prairie chickens on the grasslands, turkeys in the woods, and flocks of
migratory waterfowl in the Mississippi River Valley. Some of the earliest and most
reliably dated records of birds associated with people in Arkansas were obtained
by John ...

The Atlas Of Birds

Author: Mike Unwin
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691149496
Size: 22.71 MB
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Authoritative and concise, this beautifully illustrated atlas captures the dazzling diversity of bird life around the world.

Bird Conservation On Golf Courses

Author: Scott W. Gillihan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781575041131
Size: 64.55 MB
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Buffer zones In addition to providing quality habitat, it is sometimes necessary to
arrange the landscape elements in a way that protects birds from disturbance.
Whenever people are nearby, birds experience stress. Even though a bird may
not be bothered enough to fly away from a person, it is still stressed. Larger birds,
in particular, tend to be more sensitive to human disturbance. Stressed birds
sometimes cat less, or give less food to their young offspring, both of which result
in lower ...