An Eternity of Eagles

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This natural and social history of the eagle from an American writer and naturalist traces the evolution of our love-hate relationship with this magnificent bird, from Neolithic rock art and ancient mythology to medieval falconry and contemporary popular culture, and asks what modern-day threats such as habitat loss and pesticides mean for its future. More than 100 well-chosen photographs and illustrations accompany the text, and novelist Annie Proulx contributes an introduction.

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An Eternity of Eagles

An Eternity of Eagles

The Human History of the Most Fascinating Bird in the World

Lyons2012

Hardback208pp Illustrated

9780762780228     Product Code: 225327

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This natural and social history of the eagle from an American writer and naturalist traces the evolution of our love-hate relationship with this magnificent bird, from Neolithic rock art and ancient mythology to medieval falconry and contemporary popular culture, and asks what modern-day threats such as habitat loss and pesticides mean for its future. More than 100 well-chosen photographs and illustrations accompany the text, and novelist Annie Proulx contributes an introduction.

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