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The storm petrel and the owl of Athena, by Louis J. Halle.


Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1970.
ISBN 0691093490, 9780691093499

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JSTOR EBA
Subjects Birds.
Description xii, 268 pages illustrations, maps 23 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-258).
Contents From another world. -- The fulmar flying free. -- Of gulls and men. -- Birds that attack men. -- The great auk, the little auk, and man. -- Seagoing sandpipers and some relatives. -- The gannet and the ancient shag. -- Birds of the past and birds of the future. -- The water rail. -- The marsh terns. -- Scene: Geneva. Time: A morning in June. -- Alpine choughs in a valley. -- The concept of species. -- The refugee species. -- The parish of America. -- Hudson's pampas today. -- On rereading Green mansions. -- The owl of Athena. -- Epilogue: The religion of sedge.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)82089
(OCoLC)ocm00082089
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WorldCat Identities Halle, Louis Joseph, 1910-
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