By Milton W. Weller
Wetland birds supply us with a few of nature's so much really good sights--from huge flocks hovering overhead to newly-hatched chicks drying within the solar. except their attractiveness and leisure and fiscal value, those birds are first-class signs of water caliber and measures of biodiversity. yet how do they use wetland habitats, and the way do we top preserve and preserve them for the long run? Milton Weller describes the ecology of wetland birds through deciding upon styles of habitat use and standard poultry groups that end result from using assets corresponding to nutrition, hide, and breeding websites. He integrates uncomplicated and functional details on bird/habitat relationships for researchers, landowners, managers, and avid birders alike. As wetlands proceed to say no, this ebook may help us to appreciate the aptitude and bounds of wetlands as chicken habitats.