THE CRY OF A BIRD by Dorothy Yglesias

THE CRY OF A BIRD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Two spinster sisters with no training in ornithology founded a wild birds' sanctuary and hospital where they treated some 116 species until they turned the establishment over to the Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Their intuitive understanding of wild things' problems and habits and their profound respect for life helped them to a good record of cures and releases. The Cornish coast of the British Isles is the setting for this unusual book with natural appeal for bird lovers.

Pub Date: Aug. 30th, 1962
Publisher: Dutton