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Migrating Raptors of the World: Their Ecology and Conservation

by Keith L. Bildstein

Migrating Raptors of the World: Their Ecology and Conservation
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Details of 12 of the world's most important raptor viewing spots. Among them Cape May Point in New Jersey, Veracruz in Mexico, Kekoldi in Costa Rica, the Straight of Gibraltar in Spain and Eilat in Israel. During peak migration, when the weather is right, the skies at these sites can fill with thousands of birds. Accesssible account of the history, ecology, geography, science and conservation aspects surrounding the migration of some 200 species of raptors.

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