Tikal, Guatemala is the site of the Mayan temples and pyramids; among the natural finds is a rich birdlife. This book is a...

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THE BIRDS OF TIKAL

Tikal, Guatemala is the site of the Mayan temples and pyramids; among the natural finds is a rich birdlife. This book is a field guide to the nearly 300 species of birds known to live in the Tikal area and extends its coverage throughout the Peten, of which Tikal is just a part. Characteristic calls, coloring, bills, eyes, legs are noted. Illustrated, largely in color by Wayne Trimm of the New York State Department of Conservation, and in black-and-white. A Natural History Press Book.

Pub Date: Nov. 18, 1966

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1966