|Statement||by Theodore Pleske.|
|Series||Memoirs of the Boston Society of Natural History -- v. 6, no. 3|
|Contributions||Akademiia nauk, Petrograd, Sarja (Ship)|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .B65 vol.6, no.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||485 p., 36 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||485|
: Birds of the Eurasian Tundra.: Boston 4to. Bound with printed paper title-label on spine. (pp). With 23 full-page plates of which 6 are coloured and each with a page of descriptive text. (Memoirs of the Boston Society of Natural History Vol. 6: No. 3). Fine. Birds of the Eurasian Tundra. Boston, Printed for the Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ḟ D Pleske; Petrograd Akademia nauk. Tundra Plovers: The Grey Plover and Eurasian, American and Pacific Golden Plovers (T & AD Poyser): Thompson, Des, Byrkjedal, Ingvar: : Books. + $ shipping. Used: Good | by: Birds of the Eurasian Tundra. By Theodore. Pleske and Akademiiï¸ aï¸¡ nauk SSSR. Abstract. Originally intended as a description of the ornithological material brought back by the Russian polar expedition of , broadened to become "a general survey of the ornithology of the Eurasian portion of the holarctic region"."Literature and.
This text presents the tundra plovers, comprising of the grey plover and the Eurasian, Pacific, and American golden plovers. Breeding on tundra or northern heaths and moorland, they migrate far south to coastal mudflats, saltings and agricultural s: 3. About this book. This monograph examines the taxonomy, appearance, behaviour, ecology and conservation of all four species of the tundra plovers - the three golden species (Eurasian, Pacific and American) and the Grey plover - and contrasts their natural history and biogeography. There are detailed accounts on all aspects of lifestyle including feeding, mating, . A&C Black, - Science - pages 0 Reviews This text presents the tundra plovers, comprising of the grey plover and the Eurasian, Pacific, and American golden plovers. Breeding on. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Birds of Eurasia.: Subcategories. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. OUR BIRDS OF PREY. Common name: EUROASIAN EAGLE-OWL. Scientific name: Bubo bubo. Body Length: 60 – 75 cm. Weight: – g. Wingspan: – cm. The Euroasian eagle-owl lives in Africa, Europe and Asia. He prefers to live in mountainous regions so he can reach an eight of m and find an appropriate hiding place. London: T & A D Poyser, Octavo, dustwrapper, photographs, other illustrations. WAS Examines the taxonomy, appearance, behaviour, ecology and conservation of the Golden and Grey Plovers. There are four species of tundra plover: the Grey Plover, and the Eurasian, Pacific and American golden plovers. They breed only in the northern hemisphere, principally on tundra. Manual of the Natural History, Geology, and Physics of Greenland and the Neighbouring Regions, H.M.S.O., PEARSON (HENRY J.) "Beyond Pesora Eastward", R.H. Porter PLESKE (THEODORE) Birds of the Eurasian Tundra, Memoirs of the Boston Society of Natural History, Boston, for the Society, April and three other books on Iceland and Lapland (6).