4 edition of The life of birds. found in the catalog.
The life of birds.
Joel Carl Welty
|Statement||Illustrated by Norman Tolson.|
|LC Classifications||QL673 .W38 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||546|
|LC Control Number||63000445|
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The Life of Birds is probably my favorite documentary series by Sir David, and the accompanying book is just as delightful. Filled with amazing photographs and enlightening text, this is one of the better natural histories of birds written and a joy to read.
Read more. 3 people found this by: The Life of Birds by David Attenborough What a gorgeous, delightful, educational book. Every chapter in this book is a delight to the eye and to the mind. From the first chapter chronicling the evolution of birds to the last chapter on environmental challenges facing birds, the book is informative with stunningly beautiful photographs/5.
This book is a legacy of knowlegement on the field of the ornithology. With just an overlook of the References you will see that is a very complete synopsis of the worldwide and long time research on the life of the by: The book presents birds in all their complexity and glory, revealing in clear and elegant prose Attenborough’s infectious sense of wonder about the rich variety of life on Earth.
Sir David Attenborough, a Fellow of the Royal Society, is also a Trustee of the British Museum and an Honorary Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge.
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It was the third of Attenborough's specialised surveys following his major trilogy that began with Life on Earth. Birds live almost everywhere on our planet from the Antarctic to the Arctic.
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