American Birds: Winged World; Sights and Sounds of the Winged World, Study of Birds to Make National Geographic Color Photographs Yields Rich Scientific Knowledge of Their Habits and Behavior. Volume 87, Pages 721-744. June 1945. An Article from the National Geographic Magazine.

By: Allen, Arthur A.

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Book Condition: Collectible-Fine


Original publisher's brown wrappers backed with black cloth. Red and blue decorative stripes on front cover. Bound by the Angwin Book Bindery in Angwin, California. 6 5/8" x 9 5/8." Pages 721-744, complete. Sixteen color plates, one black and white plate, and two black and white illustrations, complete. Pages and covers are very clean and intact. Binding is tight. In the upper-left corner of the front cover are numbers handwritten in red pencil. "South Sacramento School" stamp in the lower-left corner of the front cover. Very slight rippling near the top edge. Back cover has a couple tiny wrinkles. A Fine copy. The author of this article discusses American birds, from songbirds to birds of prey, and their sensory capabilities. The main text of the article spans Pages 721-728.

Title: American Birds: Winged World; Sights and Sounds of the Winged World, Study of Birds to Make National Geographic Color Photographs Yields Rich Scientific Knowledge of Their Habits and Behavior. Volume 87, Pages 721-744. June 1945. An Article from the National Geographic Magazine.

Author Name: Allen, Arthur A.

Categories: Literature, Birds and Bugs, Animals,

Publisher: Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society: 1945

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Collectible-Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 021268

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