Fraser/Birds in Their Habitats

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Subject: Fraser/Birds in Their Habitats
From: Kim Sterelny <>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2018 02:13:55 +0000
Hi Folks

A plug. I have just finished Ian Fraser's Birds in Their Habitats, and enjoyed 
it muchly. A very deft blend of descriptions of field experiences (some truly 
amazing) and the relevant ecology, natural history and evolutionary biology; 
crisp, clear, and very up to date. If anyone is looking for a gift book for a 
birding mate (including a gift to self), I would recommend it very highly.

I guess for the record I should say that I have never met the author, and have 
no fiancial stake in the book!


Kim Sterelny, School of Philosophy, Research School of the Social Sciences, 
Australian National University, Acton, 0200, ACT, Australia



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