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Delaware’s location in the mid-Atlantic region on the Atlantic flyway, as well as the geologic evolution of Delaware’s Piedmont and Coastal Plain, have resulted in a great variety of bird life—virtually all species regularly encountered in the East. Birds of Delaware is the first comprehensive book on birds in the state, containing accounts of 418 species, and the first state book to integrate breeding bird atlas survey results with all other available information on a state’s wild birds. Destined to be a definitive reference work for years to come, Birds of Delaware includes innovative graphic presentations on breeding and seasonal distribution, relative abundance of species, nesting season, and winter population changes. Primarily concerned with species accounts for breeding birds, migrants, and rare visitors.
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Richard L. West, Ph.D., was a research chemist and manager for ICI Americas until he elected early retirement in 1987 to devote himself to ornithology. He now lives in Florida where he continues to write and study about birds.
Maurice V. Barnhill III is a physics professor at the University of Delaware, with a strong avocational interest in ornithology.
Lorraine M. Fleming, the Delaware Nature Society's assistant director for consming, the Delaware Nature Society's assistant director for conservation and preservation, has been a strong advocate for sound conservation policy in Delaware. She is the author of Delaware's Outstanding Natural Areas and Their Preservation (1978).
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Book Description University of Pittsburgh Press, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110822940698
Book Description University of Pittsburgh Press, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX0822940698