By Gisela Kaplan
This insightful publication provides a entire account of the behaviour of 1 of Australia's best-loved icons. It unearths the extreme features of the magpie, together with its complicated social behaviour, in a hugely readable textual content. the writer brings jointly a lot of what we all know in regards to the magpie’s biology and behavior, together with her newest learn on magpie vocalisation in addition to features of anatomy, body structure, improvement and healthiness no longer released previously.
Australian Magpie is perfect studying for all these attracted to Australian traditional background, together with novice ornithologists, and undergraduate students.
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