The Life of Birds - David AttenboroughBritish Broadcasting Corporation [B.B.C./BBC], 1998, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good — in Good Dust Wrapper. Small ding, just marking the boards, to the upper panel which has caused the laminate to lift and curl otherwise a very well presented copy.
Illustrated by way of: Colour Photographs;
From the cover: “Birds. Over 9000 species, the most widespread of all animals: on icebergs, in the Sahara or under the sea, at home in our gardens or flying for over a year at a time. Earthbound, we can only look and listen, enjoying their lightness, freedom and richness of plumage and song.
David Attenborough has been watching and learning all his life. His new book, with its accompanying series of films for BBC TV, is a brilliant introduction to bird behaviour around the world: what they do and why they do it. He looks at each step in birds’ lives and the problems they have to solve: learning to fly; finding food; communicating; mating and caring for nests, eggs and young; migrating; facing dangers and surviving harsh conditions.”
Size: 10" x 7". Red boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 320 pages.