This long-awaited and important volume comprises the most detailed, comprehensive, and prolonged single study of an eagle species ever undertaken. Thousands of hours of observation in the field during a 21-year period and more than 12,000 written records by a team of voluntary birdwatchers, have gone into the investigation of the behavior and breeding of some 60 pairs of Black Eagles in their natural environment-the Matobo Hills of Zimbabwe.
Exquisite paintings by renowned bird artist Graeme Arnott, and a series of behavioral sketches by eagle-student Robert Davies, add an extra dimension to an appreciation of the Black Eagle. Their inclusion, together with a selection of color photographs,both from the authors unique and extensive collection and by photographers of note, makes this a volume to be treasured by collectors of Africana as well as by all birds of prey enthusiasts.
Includes paintings by Graeme Arnott, sketches by Robert Davies, and color photographs
Based on thousands of hours of observation over a 21-year period as well as 12,000 written records
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