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Fundamentals of Ornithology by  Josselyn & Andrew J. Berger Van Tyne - First Edition - 1959 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.co.uk

Fundamentals of Ornithology

by Van Tyne, Josselyn & Andrew J. Berger

Condition: Good with no dust jacket


New York: John Wiley & Sons. Good with no dust jacket. 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. Pp. xi, 624. Illustrated with 253 figures: Maps, Drawings, Photographs. The 168 original pen and ink sketches were done by George Miksch Sutton specifically for this book. Blue cloth with bright gold stamp. Mild shelf wear. Former text book stamped inside the cover. No notes or highlighting, CLEAN. Contents: Paleontology; Anatomy; Plumage and molt; Senses and behavior; Voice and sound production; Bird distribution; Migration; Flight; Food and feeding habits; Social relations; Taxonomy and nomenclature; The Classification of World Birds by families; Ornithological sources; Glossary; Index. ; 8vo ; 624 pages .



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