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The birds on the trees

Nina Bawden

The birds on the trees

by Nina Bawden

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Published by Chivers Press in Bath .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published: Harlow : Longman, 1970.

StatementNina Bawden.
The Physical Object
Pagination(304)p. ;
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21365210M
ISBN 100745130542
OCLC/WorldCa60269158

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  A few established names for birds have Latin origins: the word vulturius was used by the Romans to describe the vulture; the yellow-coloured oriole is from aureolus meaning golden; and peregrinus (‘wanderer’) reflects the far-ranging travels of the classic birds of the Scottish highlands have names derived from the local Gaelic – the ptarmigan and the capercaillie. The Alca impenis (Great Auk) and the Raphus cucullatus (Mauritius Dodo) are pictured with the other flightless birds because they were flightless birds that faced many of the same dangers of some of the current flightless birds such as the Apteryx (kiwis). Man and animals that come with man such as dogs, pigs, cats, and rats are very dangerous for any birds that nest on the ground.

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