BRITISH BIRDS OF PREY: A STUDY OF BRITAIN'S 24 DIURNAL RAPTORS. Collins New Naturalist No. 60. By Leslie Brown. First edition.

BRITISH BIRDS OF PREY: A STUDY OF BRITAIN'S 24 DIURNAL RAPTORS. Collins New Naturalist No. 60. By Leslie Brown. First edition.

JEMIMA PARRY-JONES' FALCONRY: CARE, CAPTIVE BREEDING and CONSERVATION.

JEMIMA PARRY-JONES' FALCONRY: CARE, CAPTIVE BREEDING and CONSERVATION.

BIRDS OF PREY. By Philip Brown.

1964 1st edition. Square 8vo (166 x 216mm). Pp124. Colour frontispiece, b/w photographs. Blue boards, spine titled in gilt.

"Editor Colin Willock first thought of this series of books when he was helping shape Anglia Television's Survival programmes on the relationship between people and wild animals in a shrinking world". The author of this book is Philip Brown, an authority on birds of prey and for seventeen years Secretary of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. This is a good introduction to the British birds of prey. Chapters include: The goledn Eagle; The osprey; The falcons; The harriers; The red kite; The buzzards; Sparrowhawk and Gos; Owls; Persecution and protection in perspective; Death as a vested interest.
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Author Brown (Philip).
Book Code 11956
ISBN B001AVSYVU.
Book Description Good-plus. Lacks dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1964
Publisher "A Survival Book".
Place Andre Deutsch. London.