How to Read a Bird: A Smart Guide to What Birds Do and Why
Dr Wenfei Tong
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
The essential guide to bird behaviour, perfect for garden birdwatchers and intrepid nature lovers alike
Birds are intelligent, sociable creatures that exhibit a wide array of behaviours – from mobbing and mimicking to mating and joint nesting. Why do they behave as they do? Bringing to light the remarkable actions of birds through examples from species around the world, HOW TO READ A BIRD presents engaging vignettes about the private lives of birds, all explained in an evolutionary context. Richly illustrated, this book explores the increasing focus on how individual birds differ in personality and how big data and citizen scientists are helping to add to what we know about them.
|Dimensions||160 × 228 mm|