Ithaca: Comstock Publishing, 2006. Octavo, dustwrapper, colour photographs, other black and white illustrations, maps.
An accessible account of the history, ecology, geography, science and conservation aspects surrounding the migration of approximately two hundred species of raptors between their summer breeding sites and their wintering grounds. Summarizes the current knowledge of how the birds' bodies cope with the demands of long-distance migration and how they know where to go. Also includes ecological and conservation stories of several intriguing raptor migrants.
Price: $69.00 AU