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  • The Great Eagles: Their Evolution, Ecology and Conservation

The Great Eagles: Their Evolution, Ecology and Conservation

  • 48.00€

Tags: Great eagles classification, Natural history, Ecology, Conservation issues, Biodiversity.

The Great Eagles: Their Evolution, Ecology and Conservation reviews the current literature and knowledge on the evolution and ecology of the birds named eagles, with highlight on the larger species. It examines the past and current relations between eagles and people, with habitat change and conservation issues. Eagle ecology and conservation are currently impacted by human activities. Some eagle species have consequently experienced extreme population changes. But there are some positive developments. 647 p.


Authors expertises affiliations

  • Michael O'Neal Campbell. Lecturer at Simon Fraser University (Canada). Research interests: Human relations with large carnivores, and habitat changes under land use development.

  • Publication date (digital version): 2022-05.

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