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Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills of the world

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  • Description
    "This group includes some of the world's largest and most spectacular birds. Tragically, it also includes many of the world's most endangered species, which are becoming more and more threatened as changes in land use erode their wetland habitats." -- jacket
  • Place
  • Other Number
    QL 678 .5 HAN
  • Collection area
  • Record richness

Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    • Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills of the world / James A. Hancock, James A. Kushlan and M. Philip Kahl ; illustrated by Alan Harris and David Quinn
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    QL 678 .5 HAN  (Call Number)
  • ISBN
    0123227305
  • Available in
    Reading Room  (Location)
  • Description
    "This group includes some of the world's largest and most spectacular birds. Tragically, it also includes many of the world's most endangered species, which are becoming more and more threatened as changes in land use erode their wetland habitats." -- jacket
  • Physical description
    385 p. : col. ill. ; 32 cm.
  • Production
    Academic Press (Publisher)
    Hancock, James (Creator)
    Kushlan, James. (Author)
    Kahl, M. Philip, 1934- (Author)
    Harris, Alan, 1957- (Author)
    Quinn, David, 1959- (Author)
    Brehm Foundation. (Corporate Entity)
    London  (Place of occurrence)
    c1992
  • Subject
  • Citation
    Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills of the world
  • Notes
    Published with the support of the Brehm Foundation

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