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Award-winning nature writer Michael Furtman chronicles the amazing life cycles of North America's ducks-from hatching to fledgling to mating, nesting, and brood-rearing-as well as their remarkable migrations that span continents and touch the lives of millions of people. An excellent reference source on dozens of duck species, the book provides detailed information on each bird's range, natural history, and current population status. Complementing the rich, descriptive text are more than 150 splendid color photographs that capture wild ducks of every size, shape, and color-from the ubiquitous mallard to the regal canvasback to the gaudy harlequin-in a wide variety of habitats and behaviors.
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Ducks are some of our most captivating wildlife. We mark the changing seasons by their flights south in fall and north in spring. But where do they come from, and how do they spend the better part of their lives?Duck country is an exploration of the intriguing variety of dabblers, divers, and sea ducks found throughout North America. The book is a celebration, as well as a natural history, of the many species of ducks that fill our world with beauty, wonder, and grace. Full-color photographs from the country's best wildlife photographers capture wild ducks of every size, shape, and color, from the ubiquitous mallard to the regal canvasback to the gaudy harlequin. The stirring photography chronicles these birds' amazing life cycle - from hatching to fledging to maturity, mating, nesting, and brood rearing - and the fascinating habitats they explore on their annual migrations. (11 1/4 x 9 1/4, 176 pages, color photos)
Michael Furtman is a full-time writer whose waterfowl articles and photographs have appeared in many magazines, including Ducks Unlimited and Wildfowl. His books include Wild Goose Country and On the Wings of a North Wind: A Journey with Waterfowl. He lives in Duluth, Minnesota, with his wife, Mary Jo, and their black Labrador retriever, Wigeon.
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Book Description Ducks Unlimited, Inc., 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1572235020
Book Description Ducks Unlimited, Inc., 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111572235020
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-1572235020