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  • Laurence King Publishing
  • Laurence King Publishing

Around the World in 80 Birds

Mike Unwin, Ryuto Miyake

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Birds (ornithology), The environment, Natural history, Wildlife: birds & birdwatching, Travel writing

This book celebrates the astounding variety, beauty and resilience of 80 of our feathered companions around the world, and reveals the impact they have made upon our lives.

This beautiful and inspiring book tells the stories of 80 birds around the world: from the Sociable Weaver Bird in Namibia which constructs huge, multi-nest 'apartment blocks' in the desert, to the Bar-headed Goose of China, one of the highest-flying migrants which crosses the Himalayas twice a year.

Many birds come steeped in folklore and myth, some are national emblems and a few have inspired scientific revelation or daring conservation projects. Each has a story to tell that sheds a light on our relationship with the natural world and reveals just how deeply birds matter to us.

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