Bird Migration

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Cambridge University Press, Mar 25, 1993 - Nature - 420 pages
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Bird migration is one of the most astonishing feats in the natural world. Millions of birds migrate, often over very large distances, to benefit from seasonal resource surpluses and to avoid predators and competitors. The aim of this study is to survey the phenomena.

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Christie is well known for his accurate translations of important ornithological works.

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