8 edition of A natural history of owls found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Michael Everett.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.S8 E93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5-156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|ISBN 10||0600365751, 0600365859|
|LC Control Number||77375263|
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Selections from the vast literature on owls, including excerpts from the writings of Edward Lear, Dylan Thomas, Thomas Gray, A. A. Milne, and Pliny, are combined with the world's finest owl illustrations. From inside the book. What people are saying matter Miss Child moon mouse NATURAL HISTORY nest night NIGHTINGALE owl sits Picture PLINY. The British Natural History Collecton: VOLUME 1 – Owls reveals all sorts of curious and unexpected facts about the owls found in Britain, and also some oddities about those species found elsewhere. The book gives readers helpful advice on how to observe and count their local owls and .
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"North American Owls" (2nd edition) by Paul A. Johnsgard (Smithsonian Institute Press ) This excellent and very thorough book is likely to appeal most to Cited by: This book is very well-written and informative, with lots of really useful information about owls, their habits and the natural history of the species.
Lots of data and statistical information too. It would have been nice if there were more of the very beautiful photographs/5(21). NHBS supply wildlife survey equipment and books to naturalists, academics A natural history of owls book ecological and conservation professionals.
Our website includes overbooks covering every aspect of wildlife, ecology and conservation as well as a comprehensive range of wildlife survey equipment, nestboxes and habitat management tools. Paul Bannick is touring North America as a keynote speaker and presenter, with multi-media presentations that focus on natural history through birds and habitat.
Most of his upcoming events are focusing on the themes for his new book, Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls. An audience favorite, Paul consistently fills every venue. For owls, every day brings a new challenge to survive, and this book shows readers how owls use the unique resources available to them in their habitat to face those challenges.
All 19 species found in Canada and the United States are featured in photos and narrative throughout the book, with a special focus on the Northern Pygmy-Owl, Great Brand: Mountaineers Books, The.
"This book is sure to delight any nature lover."—Wall Street Journal, Best Books to Give the Nature Lover in Your Life "Thank you, David Tipling, for the sumptuous, endearing and terrifying photographs of these uncanny creatures in The Enigma of the Owl: An Illustrated Natural : Yale University Press.
Owls in Folklore and Natural History book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. The Eagle Owl – known rather more evocatively as the Uhu in German, in reference to its haunting, far-carrying nocturnal call – is a very large and impressive bird of prey. One of the largest owls in the world, it is a fierce hunter of large birds and mammals up to the size of foxes and small deer, and as an undisputed top predator, its 4/5(1).
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"Mike Unwin — who keenly narrates The Enigma of the Owl: An Illustrated Natural History — brings the right measure of tempered awe, clarity and glee to the project. He lets the owl’s story speak for itself, with help from his pen and easy sensibility, all the while infusing his writing with the right measure of starchy erudition.
OWLS: A Natural History of the British and Irish Species MIKE TOMS Book Number: Product format: Hardback This solid and beautifully produced volume comes from the New Naturalist Library and.
Shelves: nonfiction, birds, raptors, owls, natural-history, biology A great reference for serious owl lovers, this book covers comparative biology including ecology, behavior, taxonomy and the like.
Species accounts are very in-depth, including range maps, measurements and weights, identifications, habitats, habits, and conservation status/5.
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It includes range maps with each species account, as well as a comprehensive overview of the comparative biology of North American owls.”—Wildbird "About this title" may belong to another edition of this title/5(4).
This a wonderful Natural History Owls Print. Isn’t this marvelous. Shown above are 5 lovely Owls in a beautiful natural scene, with mountains and trees. This graphic was scanned from the latest addition to my collection, it’s a fantastic German Children’s Encyclopedia Bird Book!.
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Owls have been a source of inspiration to writers, artists, historians and naturalists alike. In a much-anticipated volume on one of Britain's most fascinating group of birds, Mike Toms draws on a wealth of experience and research, providing a comprehensive natural history of British owls.
A natural history of owls by Michael Everett starting at $ A natural history of owls has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Foreword by Robert W. Nero 9 Preface 11 Comparative Biology of Owls 15 Evolution and Classification of North American Owls 17Comparative Ecology and Distribution 25 Comparative Morphology and Physiology 37 Comparative Behavior 55 Comparative Reproductive Biology 71 Owls in Myth and Legend 85 Natural Histories of North American Owls Family Tytonidae 95 Common Barn-owl Family Strigidae Cited by: A new illustrated natural history book highlights 53 owl species from around the world, organized by bioregion.
(Owls are found on every continent except Antarctica.).Owls are birds from the order Strigiformes, which includes over species of mostly solitary and nocturnal birds of prey typified by an upright stance, a large, broad head, binocular vision, binaural hearing, sharp talons, and feathers adapted for silent flight.
Exceptions include the diurnal northern hawk-owl and the gregarious burrowing owl. Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and Clade: Afroaves.