Population Ecology of Raptors

Ian Newton

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Population Ecology of Raptors

Population Ecology of Raptors By Ian Newton Population Ecology of Raptors Dr Newton s book is concerned with all aspects of population regulation in diurnal birds of prey their social behaviour dispersion numbers movements breeding and mortality He has drawn on his own

  • Title: Population Ecology of Raptors
  • Author: Ian Newton
  • ISBN: 9780931130038
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Population Ecology of Raptors By Ian Newton Dr Newton s book is concerned with all aspects of population regulation in diurnal birds of prey, their social behaviour, dispersion, numbers, movements, breeding and mortality He has drawn on his own studies in Scotland and on material and investigations worldwide to produce an authoritative and stimulating synthesis of current thinking and research on the ecological proDr Newton s book is concerned with all aspects of population regulation in diurnal birds of prey, their social behaviour, dispersion, numbers, movements, breeding and mortality He has drawn on his own studies in Scotland and on material and investigations worldwide to produce an authoritative and stimulating synthesis of current thinking and research on the ecological problems of the Falconiformes He also deals in detail with the effects of pesticides and other pollutants on these birds, and with their scientific management and conservation.
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    1. Siria on said:

      Dr Newton s writing is clear and crafted in a way which makes this text highly informative yet easy to read for the casual enthusiast Newton challenges the reader to think critically about data presented or conclusions published to date regarding population trends and casual correlation Although dated, it is an excellent foundation for anyone interested in birds of prey.

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