THE MIGRATION OF AMERICAN BIRDS by Frederick C. Lincoln

THE MIGRATION OF AMERICAN BIRDS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

To the naturalist this book will supply welcome information; for the amateur who loves birds it will provide fascinating enlightment. The plan and pattern of the various routes travelled by the various species are nothing short of amazing and the stories told by the tiny aluminum bands attached in the banding stations and recorded by other stations when they are retrapped is almost unbelievable. How the flights have been recorded since Bible days, how much has been established and how many facts still evade the ornithologists make this a book that is at once unique and invaluable to students, birdlovers, banding stations, schools, camps, and conservationists and ""Garden Clubbers.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran