By John E. Cooper
Important adjustments to this new version are the inclusion of knowledge on free-living birds, extra fabric on fractures, pathology, laws and poisons, and new sections on neonatology, future health tracking, captive-breeding and host-parasite relations.
This publication reports all elements of birds of prey, giving valuable up to date info on illnesses and pathology, but in addition the heritage of the topic, the origins of phrases, the evolution of present pondering and finishing with a competent record of fundamental references for extra reading.
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Birds of Prey: Health and Disease by John E. Cooper