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New. Milton Weller describes the ecology of wetland birds by identifying patterns of habitat use and typical bird communities that result from the use of resources such as food, cover, and breeding sites. He integrates basic and practical information on bird/habitat relationships for researchers, landowners, managers, and avid birders alike. As wetlands continue to decline, this book will help us to understand the potential and limits of wetlands as bird habitats.
Very Good. 0521633265 DJ has Mylar wrap and light wear. No lean. Binding tight. Corners square. I didn't find any notes or markings on the pages. Ex-library. Library stamped on all textblocks. Library label on first blank page, one on the column, and one on the lower left corner. (5A-3)
Small quarto, paperback, 271 pp., black and white photographs, other illustrations. Remainder mark. WAS $74. Wetland birds are excellent indicators of water quality and measures of biodiversity. But how do they use wetland habitats, and how can we best conserve and maintain them for the future? Here, Milton Weller describes the ecology of wetland birds by identifying patterns of habitat use and typical bird communities that result from the use of resources such as food, cover and breeding sites. He integrates basic and practical information on bird/habitat relationships for students, researchers, landowners, managers and keen birders alike.
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