qAlthough written for California, this book will be prized by raptor watchers from around the US for its insightful and descriptive notes on behavior and ecology and its gorgeous and accurate paintings.q--Allen Fish, Director, Golden Gate Raptor Observatory qThis is actually two books for the price of one; the introductory chapters stand-alone as an excellent natural history of North America raptors, and the species accounts and spectacular plates make this one of the best state raptor books available.q--Lloyd Kiff, Science Director, The Peregrine FundNever put a hawk in a wire cage, where it is likely to add to its injuries by trying to escape through the mesh. ... coned/guide/care.pdf, or phone that agency or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for instructions on what to do with the hawk. ... Falconers who have lost a hawk usually go to great lengths to find it and may spend many days searching from cars ... posting a aquot;foundaquot; notice on the Web site of the California Hawking Club (www.calhawkingclub.org) may reunite hawk and owner.
|Title||:||Raptors of California|
|Author||:||Hans J. Peeters, Pam Peeters|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 2005|