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Nesting Birds of the Coastal Islands: A Naturalist's Year on Galveston Bay

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Every year, more than twenty species of terns, gulls, and colonial wading birds raise their young on rookery islands all along the Gulf Coast. Their breeding and nesting activities go on in the wake of passing oil tankers, commercial fishing vessels, and pleasure boats of all kinds - human traffic that threatens their already circumscribed habitats. John C. Dyes has spent more than ten years photographing and observing the birds in their rookeries of the Texas Coast, and, in Nesting Birds of the Coastal Islands, he presents ...

Nesting Birds of the Coastal Islands: A Naturalist's Year on Galveston Bay 2011, University of Texas Press

ISBN-13: 9780292729735

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Nesting Birds of the Coastal Islands: A Naturalist's Year on Galveston Bay 1993, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX

ISBN-13: 9780292715677

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