Migration of Birds by Frederick Lincoln 1979 Published by The Fish & Wildlife Service

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Description

You will find answers to questions in the book, Migration of Birds, published by the Interior Department's U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Such as-How do birds find their way across thousands of miles of land and water during spring and fall migrations? Which bird has the longest migration journey? Why do some birds fly at altitudes as high as 29,000 feet?

This educational Migration of Birds pamphlet is an exciting addition to your home library.

Condition

This paperback conservation booklet is in great shape for its age — no rips, tears, or writing inside this book.

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Book Dimensions: 9x7x1


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