By Julian P. Hume
Extinct Birds is the results of a long time of study into literature and museum drawers, in addition to caves and subfossil deposits, which frequently display birds long-gone that disappeared with no ever being recorded via scientists whereas they lived. From Greak Auks, Carolina Parakeets and Dodos to the superb but virtually thoroughly vanished fowl radiations of Hawaii and New Zealand through rafts of extinction within the Pacific and in other places, this publication is either a luxurious reference and stunning testomony to humanity's devastating influence on wildlife.
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Extinct Birds by Julian P. Hume