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Book review: Peeters, H. 2007. Field guide to owls of California and the WestAuthor(s): Eric D. Forsman
Source: Journal of Raptor Research. 44(1): 80-81
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionField Guide to Owls of California and the West. Written primarily for nonprofessionals,this little field guide is a treasure trove of published and unpublished information on the natural history and distribution of owls in the western United States. It covers just about everything you could want to know about owls, from why they take dust baths, to facultative zygodactyly.
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CitationForsman, Eric D. 2010. Book review: Peeters, H. 2007. Field guide to owls of California and the West. Journal of Raptor Research. 44(1): 80-81.
Keywordsowls, natural history, book review
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