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Ornithology (4th Edition)

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WH Freeman

Pages: 688
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Hardcover - 9781464184369

4 February 2019

NZ$149.00

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11 February 2019

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​Ornithology, 4th Edition is a comprehensive introductory text covering a wide scope of topics essential for understanding the field of ornithology. This edition infuses the most current research and a more conceptual...

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​Ornithology, 4th Edition is a comprehensive introductory text covering a wide scope of topics essential for understanding the field of ornithology. This edition infuses the most current research and a more conceptual approach alongside an evolutionary perspective. The 4th edition retains its hallmark readability, as well as a well updated narrative and bibliography with the latest scientific content and references.

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4-color art including all new illustrations and color photos

End-chapter key concept bullets
End-chapter assessment questions



The first in full colour in both art and design and will include over 400 colour photographs
The updated design is clean, colourful, approachable, and easy to use as a narrative or study reference
New pedagogical elements reinforce key concepts new end of chapter assessment questions allow students to evaluate their learning



Part 1 Origin and Diversity.- Part 2 Form and Function.- Part 3 Behavior.- Part 4 Reproduction.- Part 5 Ecology and Conservation





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Frank Gill is an American ornithologist with worldwide research interests and experience. Expeditions to remote corners of the globe are one of his favourite diversions. Gill’s projects include innovative program leadership and engagement of the public in ornithology through citizen science. He directed the encyclopedic work The Birds of North America (BNA). He pioneered the use of the internet for citizen science initiatives, including eBird with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Retired three times, he now leads the international effort to align the species taxonomy of the birds of the world (http://www.worldbirdnames.org). 

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Frank Gill is an American ornithologist with worldwide research interests and experience. Expeditions to remote corners of the globe are one of his favourite diversions. Gill’s projects include innovative program leadership and engagement of the public in ornithology through citizen science. He directed the encyclopedic work The Birds of North America (BNA). He pioneered the use of the internet for citizen science initiatives, including eBird with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Retired three times, he now leads the international effort to align the species taxonomy of the birds of the world (http://www.worldbirdnames.org). 

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