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Read & Download Owls AUTHOR John Sparks à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ This attractive study surveys in vividly readable style living species of owls in the world today covering anatomy evolution and every aspect of behaviour Owls extraordinary sensory abilities are fully explored and their long relationship with man iEring anatomy evolution and every aspect of behaviour Owls extraordinary sensory abilities are fully. 4 14 stars

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This attractive study surveys in vividly readable style living species of owls in the world today cov. A bit dated considering the date of publication but it highlights the weakness of modern natural history publishing and in that today's publishing for general readership focuses too much on photographs and not facts Look for a book on owls which isn't a scientific work where you pay in excess of £ 40 or and all you would get is a wannabe nature celebratory diary or photo collection Because of its age it would be nice to have an updated version of the book to see what problems exist now for certain owl species and which ones have been resolved I would have given it five stars if it wasn't for its age and because there is a mistake in the number of rodent species mentioned there are currently 1500 known species of rodent give or take the odd recent discovery or extinction and not the 3000 it states in the book I think we would have noticed if in the past 40 odd years or so since its publication if we had lost 1500 species of rodent and for the curious there are currently around 4000 species of known mammals with about a uarter of them being bat species But be aware that the number is changing slightly due to advances in molecular ecology research that are uncovering new species all the time but there still wouldn't be the extra 1500 species of rodents that this book suggests

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Owls AUTHOR John SparExplored and their long relationship with man investigated in an accessible and popular natural histo. Loved this Really well researched and informative but written with a really uirky dry sense of humour Lovely photos and drawings too Great read