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Birds of prey spend most of their time in flight and, when viewed from the ground, they are notoriously hard to identify. Australian Birds of Prey in Flight is a photographic guide to the eagles, hawks, kites and falcons flying high above you. Individual species profiles describe distinguishing features and the text is supported by detailed images showing the birds at six different angles and poses, using photographs from many of Australia's leading bird photographers. Annotated multi-species comparison plates highlight key features that can help differentiate birds of prey in flight.143 p.

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Richard Seaton. Regional ecologist, Australian Wildlife Conservancy, Subiaco Western Australia (Australia); his research focuses on birds of prey in New Zealand, Mauritius, the UK and Madagascar, and the Red Goshawk in Australia.
  • Mat Gilfedder. Senior Research Scientist with CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation); and Adjunct Senior Fellow with the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Queensland, St Lucia QLD 4072 (Australia); He also chairs the National Steering Committee for eBird, Australia.
  • Stephen Debus. Specialized in Australia's resident raptor species for the past 40 years. Awarded BirdLife Australia's D.L. Serventy Medal for ornithological publications.

     
  • Publication date (electronic format): 2019-02 - CSIRO Publishing; annotated edition.

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