From the author of "The Peregrine Falcon", this monograph presents a thorough summary of our knowledge of the species' natural history, emphasizing also the long association of the bird with humankind. Chapters cover distribution, feeding habits, social behaviour, movements, breeeding, territorialism and population regulation of ravens in Britain and Ireland. The author also looks at ravens and modern agricultural practice, their intelligence, and ravens elsewhere in the world.
A Natural History in Britain and Ireland
T & AD Poyser Ltd (A & C Black)
326 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tablesEnglish , United Kingdom, , Crows, Jays (Corvidae), Poyser Monographs 64 02/01/2011 9780856610905 No value No value
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