By Matt Cameron
Extensively illustrated, Cockatoos seems on the ecology and conservation of those iconic birds, together with their evolution, distribution, hobbies, feeding and copy. It examines the pest prestige of cockatoos, the influence of the unlawful chook exchange and the function performed via aviculturists in cockatoo conservation programs.
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Cockatoos (Australian Natural History Series) by Matt Cameron