Gulls: Of North America, Europe, and Asia
The gulls are a large family of seabirds, familiar and distinctive as a group, but one of the most challenging to separate at the species level, especially in their various stages of immature plumage. This guide offers the most comprehensive treatment ever published on the gulls of North America, Europe, and Asia. Klaus Malling Olsen and Hans Larsson treat a total of forty-three species--each depicted in considerable detail, with a full description of every plumage and racial variation. The text is complemented not only by superb color paintings by Larsson, but also by 800 color photographs.
Specifications of Gulls: Of North America, Europe, and Asia
|Author||Klaus Malling Olsen, Hans Larsson|
|Publisher||Princeton University Press|
|Number Of Pages||544|
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