4 edition of Encyclopaedia of aviculture found in the catalog.
Encyclopaedia of aviculture
|Statement||edited by A. Rutgers and K. A. Norris.|
|Contributions||Rutgers, Abram, ed., Rutgers, Abram, ed., Norris, Kenneth Arthur, ed.|
|LC Classifications||SF512 .E53|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||70551233|
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The Encyclopedia of Aviculture, by Glen Holland and a galaxy of outstanding and experienced aviculturalists, is an exceptionally complete and helpful reference with a wealth of helpful information for all people who keep birds in captivity, especially professionals and serious amateurs. The book is also aimed at improving the role of /5(7).
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Get this from a library. Encyclopaedia of aviculture. [Abram Rutgers; K A Norris; Cyril H Rogers;] -- Describes life, feeding, breeding, and habitats of birds kept in aviaries and zoos.
Name of many birds are given in Dutch, French, and German also. Profusely illustrated with color and. The book is devoted to exploring key aviculture subjects not usually discussed in detail in aviculture reference books; thus, avian construction and nutrition are not featured. Overall, this book is an outstanding source of information for aviculturalists maintaining captive birds, and should be an invaluable reference/5(7).
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Book Reviews: Kent Knowles, President Raptor Conservancy of Virginia May The Encyclopedia of Aviculture, by Glen Holland and a galaxy of outstanding and experienced aviculturalists, is an exceptionally complete and helpful reference with a wealth of helpful information for all people who keep birds in captivity, especially professionals and serious amateurs.
Encyclopedia of Aviculture: Volume 2 (v. 2) by Rutgers, Abram; Norris, Kenneth Arthur and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Aviculture, raising and care of wild birds in captivity, for the breeding of game stock, the perpetuation of declining species, or for display and simulation of natural conditions is a necessary goal of aviculturists, allowing them to study aspects of mating and breeding behaviour that may not be easily observed in the wild.
In this book the aviculturist is provided with proven, practical methods for the successful management and propagation of most of the families of birds in the world. Species accounts vary from the world's largest, the ostrich, to the diminutive hummingbirds and waxbills and include avicultural rarities, such as Congo peafowl, kiwi, saddle-bill.
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Published By Blandford. Dated - Reprints. Another Collectable Book Listed By River Bank Books. Here we have a very collectable book titled. Encyclopedia of Aviculture PDF Download. Although initially this was to be a book on my avicultural experience with predominantly African bird species, the goal shifted to cover aviculture worldwide when I realized that many of the principles applied to aviculture globally.
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Volumes 1,2,3. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN.
Aviculture is the practice of keeping and breeding birds, especially of wild birds in captivity. Aviculture is generally focused on not only the raising and breeding of birds, but also on preserving avian habitat, and public awareness campaigns. [citation needed Types. There are. Before Release Birds should be released into their new quarters in the morning.
This gives them enough daylight to settle, to become accustomed to their new home and to find food and water before sleeping. The most common dangers to captive birds include: DRAFTS: these cause chills which can be fatal. Avoid drafts by plugging.
American Federation of Aviculture, Austin. K likes. The American Federation of Aviculture, Inc. (AFA) is a nonprofit national organization established inwhose purpose is to represent all 5/5(11). Glossary & References / Book List / Details: B97 - Encyclopaedia of Aviculture Volume 1.
Author(s) / Editors: A. Rutgers & K.A. Norris: Publisher: Blandford Press, London, UK: Year: ISBN: X: Specific Chapter/Section References. Reference Chapter/Section Title Chapter/Section Author. Glossary & References / Book List / Details: B99 - Encyclopaedia of Aviculture Volume 3.
Author(s) / Editors: A. Rutgers & K.A. Norris: Publisher: Blandford Press, London, UK: Year: ISBN: Specific Chapter/Section References. Reference Chapter/Section Title Chapter/Section Author. Buy Encyclopedia of Aviculture by Glen Holland from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Glen Holland.
Articles in the category "Aviculture" deal with either Aviculture directly, or articles on types of birds at least occasionally kept as pets with content on aviculture. Subcategories.
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The simulation of natural conditions is a necessary goal of aviculturists, allowing them to study aspects of mating and breeding behaviour. This book discusses the history of aviculture and the cultural extent of keeping and raising birds in captivity for pleasure, companion, ornamental reasons, religious causes or various economic or practical purposes.
Since the dawn of mankind, humans have kept birds in captivity. Several species are truly domesticated, while others have simply. Encyclopaedia of Aviculture - A Rutgers and K A Norris in the Natural Science category was listed for R on 2 Dec at by flemming_skot in Pretoria / Tshwane (ID).
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Aviculture definition is - the raising and care of birds and especially of wild birds in captivity. This book discusses the history of aviculture and the cultural extent of keeping and raising birds in captivity for pleasure, companion, ornamental reasons, religious causes or various economic or practical purposes.
Since the dawn of mankind, humans have kept birds in captivity. Several species are truly domesticated, while others have simply been bred in captivity for many : The Encyclopedia of Early Modern History is the English edition of the German-language Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit.
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Define aviculture. aviculture synonyms, aviculture pronunciation, aviculture translation, English dictionary definition of aviculture. The raising, keeping, and care of birds. a′vicul′turist n. n the keeping and rearing of birds ˌaviˈculturist n n. the rearing or keeping of birds. The hen is brown above and ochreous-white beneath.
The “pintailed nonpareil” of aviculture (Erythrura prasina) is a somewhat similarly coloured but really very different bird; the male has a long sharp tail, and the species belongs to the Ploceidae (see Weaver-bird). Written by an aviculturist with twenty years of experience raising turacos, this book is filled with up-to-date information and over color photographs on how to care for and breed these active and unique exotic birds.
Each species and subspecies is examined, with details about their life in the wild and aviculture.Discuss the nature and scope of aviculture and develop networking with others involved with aviculture.
Determine appropriate types of birds to keep for different purposes. To consider and choose appropriate housing for a range of different types of captive birds.
Outline the feeding requirements of a range of different captive birds.The rearing and care of birds (especially poultry)aviculture.