Published by NY: Workman Publishing, 1981., 1981
56pp, (4x6 inches), Very Good/Very Good, hardcover with dust jacket. Boards a little sunned (faded), the owner's gift inscription on front endpaper, Otherwise book is clean, tight,crisp, corners sharp, no markigns. DJ lightly worn with a tiny edge tear. DJ now in protective cover. Twenty-four birds illustrated, most in color. These are paintings and drawings from classic birding publications, and there is a list in the back of the source for each one. Facing each bird illustration is a literary or scientific quotation about the bird (lark, nightengale, blackcap, marsh warbler, etc.).
Seller Inventory # 22164
Published by London: Souvenir Press, 1969., 1969
1st British edition. 176pp, (5.5 x 8.75 inches), bibliography, index, b&w drawings by Robert Hines. VG/NF. Hardcover with dust jacket. Back cover a little curved, old price stamped on ffep, otherwise book is clean, tight, corners sharp, no markings, no wear. White DJ a little soiled and worn, no chips or tears. Now in DJ protector.Aerodynamics of flight, falcons, et al.
Seller Inventory # 7659
Published by Auckland: Reed Methuen, 1987., 1972
94pp, (4.75 x 7.25), cp;pr illustrations, index. Near fine in spiral binding. Softcover with a clear plastic jacket. Everything clean and bright, no tears or creases, no markings. Forty color plates with descriptions and info on facing page. Mobil New Zealand Nature Series.
Seller Inventory # 14046
Published by Dept. Of the Interior / US Fish & Wildlife Service, (no date).
49pp, (4 x 6.75 inches), color and b&w illustrations. Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). The covers are worn with a few little spots and some creases. The contents are still very good, bright and clean, no markings. Thirty six types of ducks, geese and swans, male and female, mature and immature, winter and summer. detailed descriptions. Some with multiple illustrations, all showing colors. Members of the Central Flyway Council include Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North & South Dakota, Texas & Wyoming.
Seller Inventory # 24112
Published by Irvine: Fancy Publications, 2004, 2004
180pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), color photos. Very Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Tiny chips at each of spine, One page corner creased, otherwise clean and bright, no tears or markings. Articles on the Tres Marias Amazon parrot, natural pest control, lost birds returned, breeding parrots, softbills, et al.
Seller Inventory # 20028
Published by Harrisburg: Stackpole, (1976) 1978., 1978
2nd printing, revised. (New and expanded version of the classic work by F.H. Kortright.) 540pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), color plates and b&w illustrations, maps, tables, index. Very Good/Fair, hardcover with dust jacket. Blue boards with gilt title. Owner's name blacked out on front endpaper, otherwise the book itself is crisp, clean, firmly bound, spine straight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings to text. The jacket is tattered and torn, now in a DJ protector. Classification, molts and plumages of waterfowl, migration, conservation, hunting regulations, identification, mortality and disease, details of species, et al. A Wildlife Management Institure book sponsored jointly withThe Illinois Natural History Survey. Heavy book, international shipping will require extra charge.
Seller Inventory # 24225
Published by Glenwood: Tecolote Press, (1979)., 1979
38pp, 5.5x8.5 inches, b&w illustrations, bibliography. Near fine in white stapled wrappers (softcover). Sticker shadow on corner of first page, otherwise everything crisp, tight, no markings, no creases. Brief summaries of bird life in the one national park and ten national monuments in the state.
Seller Inventory # 11217
Published by New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1975., 1975
398pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, maps, tables, bibliography, index. Very Good/Good, hardcover with dust jacket. The book itself is clean and tight, corners sharp, owner's name but no other markings. The pages a little wavey - you can feel it more than see it. Price-clipped DJ is faded and has plenty of wear to the edges with small chips and tears. Tape re-enforced inside and in a DJ protector. Hawk identification, migrations in different areas of the US and Canada, weather conditions, thermals, geography, evolution of the broad-winged hawk, et al.
Seller Inventory # 22372
Published by University of Kansas/Museum of Natural History, 1992., 1992
424pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, index. Near fine in wrappers (soft cover). Very light rubbing to corners, otherwise crisp and tight, no spine creasing, no markings. Photo, habitat, breeding, field marks, food, small map showing range, etc for each bird. Passerines (perching birds, songbirds) of Kansas, including flycatchers, larks, swallows, jays and crows, titmice, wrens, thrushes, waxwings, wood warblers, blackbirds, tanagers and finches.
Seller Inventory # 15240
Published by Bozeman: Montana State University, 1985., 1985
Monograph No.3, Montana Academy of Sciences, Supplement to the Proceedings, Volume 44, 1985. 3rd editon. 70pp, (6x9 inches), two bird report forms. Good condition in light blue wrappers (soft cover). Spine sunned, one corner of front cover wrinkled. Two page corners creased, otherwise contents clean and tight, no markings. Please note, this is not a later reprint, but the actual original report.
Seller Inventory # 7729
Published by NY: Everest House, 1980., 1980
159pp, (6x9 inches), color photos. Near Fine/Very Good, hard cover with dust jacket. Book is clean, tight, crisp, corner sharp, no markings. Unclipped jacket has a little edgewear with four tiny tears. Now in a DJ protector. Based on observation of a family of golden eagles. SIGNED by the author with a few words to the owners. (Green ink on the title page). Signed by Author.
Seller Inventory # 25334