Migrating Raptors of the World

Migrating Raptors of the World

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Keith L. Bildstein has studied migrating raptors on four continents and directs the conservation science program at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pennsylvania, the world's first refuge for migratory birds of prey. In this book, he details the stories and successes of twelve of the world's most important raptor-viewing spots, among them Cape May Point, New Jersey; Veracruz, Mexico; Kekoldi, Costa Rica; the Strait of Gibralter, Spain; and Elat, Israel.Raptor Res. 27:116-118. Gauthreaux, S. A., Jr. 1982. The ecology and evolution of avian migration systems. In Avian biology, vol. ... Raptor management techniques manual. ... Green, R. E., S. J. Cornell, J. P. W. Scharlemann, and A. Balmford.


Title:Migrating Raptors of the World
Author: Keith L. Bildstein
Publisher:Cornell University Press - 2006
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