Bewick's Swan

Eileen Rees

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Not Signed; A fascinating and highly readable monograph, showcasing one of the flagship species of wetland conservation in Britain to superb effect. The arrival of thousands of Bewick's Swans from their Arctic breeding grounds to lakes and wetlands throughout northern and eastern Britain is an unforgettable sight. Popular among both birders and the wider public, these elegant birds are among the best-studied waterfowl in the world. Beginning with the work of the late Sir Peter Scott in the 1950s, Britain's Bewick's have been the subject of intensive behavioural study, while their population ecology has provided a similar focus for research. In Bewick's Swan, Eileen Rees tells the story of these birds in rich detail. Rees discusses their biology in full, with sections on population and distribution, breeding biology, wintering behaviour, food and feeding ecology, taxonomy and phylogeny, migration, and conservation; much original research is included, and there is frequent reference to the Bewick's sibling subspecies, the Tundra Swan of North America. Personal recollections from a lifetime of study weave through the narrative, which is illuminated by Dafila Scott's evocative illustrations. The leading monograph of the year, by a long way. British Birds, Feb 2007. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Buchbeschreibung T & A.D. Poyser. London. 2006 1st edition. 8vo (160 x 240mm). Pp296. Colour and b/w photographs, line drawings by Dafila Scott, tables, graphs and maps. Grey boards, spine titled in gilt. Very good in dust-wrapper. Iolo Williams' copy with his ownership signature on the first free end-paper. "The arrival of thousands of Bewick's Swans from their Arctic breeding grounds to lakes and wetlands throughout northern and eastern Britain is an unforgettable sight. Popular among both birders and the wider public, these elegant birds are among the best-studied waterfowl in the world. Britain's Bewick's Swans have been the study of intensive behavioural study, beginning with the work of the late Sir Peter Scott in the early 1960s, while their population ecology has provided a similar focus for research. [This book] tells the story of these birds in rich detail. Eileen Rees discusses their biology in full, with sections on population ecology and distribution, breeding biology, wintering behaviour, food and feeding, taxonomy and phylogeny, migration, and conservation. Personal recollections from a lifetime of study weave through the narrative, which is illuminated by Dafila Scott's evocative illustrations. The result is a fascinating and highly readable monograph, showcasing one of the flagship species of wetland conservation in Britain.". Buchnummer des Verkäufers 36183

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Buchbeschreibung POYSER, 2006. LEGATURA EDITORIALE. Buchzustand: NUOVO. DIFFERENZE CON GLI ALTRI CIGNI, POPOLAZIONE, MIGRAZIONE E MOVIMENTI, NUTRIZIONE, COMPORTAMENTO IN INVERNO, ECOLOGIA E CONSERVAZIONE. PAGG. 296, 24 FOTO A COLORI, DISEGNI B/N, GRAFICI E TABELLE. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9780713665598

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Buchbeschreibung Bloomsbury, 2006. Hardback. Buchzustand: NEW. 9780713665598 This listing is a new book, a title currently in-print which we order directly and immediately from the publisher. Buchnummer des Verkäufers HTANDREE0857688

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Buchbeschreibung London: T & A D Poyser, 2006., 2006. Octavo, dustwrapper,296 pp.,colour photographs, black and white text illustrations. Poyser monograph. A fascinating and highly readable monograph, showcasing one of the flagship species of wetland conservation in Britain to superb effect. The arrival of thousands of Bewick's Swans from their Arctic breeding grounds to lakes and wetlands throughout northern and eastern Britain is an unforgettable sight. Popular among both birders and the wider public, these elegant birds are among the best-studied waterfowl in the world. Beginning with the work of the late Sir Peter Scott in the 1950s, Britain's Bewick's have been the subject of intensive behavioural study, while their population ecology has provided a similar focus for research. In Bewick's Swan Eileen Rees tells the story of these birds in rich detail. Rees discusses their biology in full, with sections on population and distribution, breeding biology, wintering behaviour, food and feeding ecology, taxonomy and phylogeny, migration, and conservation; much original research is included, and there is frequent reference to the Bewick's sibling subspecies, the Tundra Swan of North America. Personal recollections from a lifetime of study weave through the narrative, which is illuminated by Dafila Scott's evocative illustrations. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 24371

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Buchbeschreibung Poyser, 2006. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Buchnummer des Verkäufers DADAX0713665599

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