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Title:
The cage & aviary bird handbook
Author:
Tilford, Tony.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
London : New Holland, 2001.

©2000
Physical Description:
144 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
General Note:
Originally published: 2000.
Language:
English
Subject Term:

ISBN:
9781859742372

9781859741894
Format :
Book

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"...Tilford combines his skill in technical photography with his lifelong passion for wildlife to produce this handbook...covering purchase, care and maintenance, health, and genetics and breeding....a 30-page compendium of the most popular bird groups and the different species....comprehensive, well-written, interesting, and useful....stunning, full-color photographs set this book apart from other similar manuals and make it fun to browse as well as to read....Recommended for all public libraries."-- Library Journal .


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Library Journal Review

Electrical and electronic engineer Tilford (Birds of Britain and Europe) combines his skill in technical photography with his lifelong passion for wildlife to produce this handbook for cage and aviary birds, covering their purchase, care and maintenance, health, and genetics and breeding. There is also a 30-page compendium of the most popular bird groups and the different species. The information he provides is comprehensive, well written, interesting, and useful, but it is Tilford's stunning, full-color photographs that set this book apart from other similar manuals and make it fun to browse as well as to read. Any library that subscribes to Bird Talk magazine will want to purchase this book. Recommended for all public libraries. Cleo Pappas, Lisle Lib. Dist., IL (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.