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Divorce among the gulls

Jordan, William

Divorce among the gulls

an uncommon look at human nature

by Jordan, William

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by HarperPerennial in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychology, Comparative.,
  • Animal psychology.,
  • Animal behavior.,
  • Human behavior.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: San Francisco : North Point Press, 1991.

    StatementWilliam Jordan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF671 .J67 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination205 p. ;
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1568119M
    ISBN 100060974710
    LC Control Number91057921
    OCLC/WorldCa25009740

    This second edition of Peter Grant's guide has been extensively revised and has been reset throughout. Importantly, a further eight species of gulls occurring on the west coasts of Canada and the USA have been added. The book now covers 31 species and has been increased in length from to pages. More than new photographs have been added or substituted, bringing the total to A group of birds that is popular among birdwatchers, gulls can be frustrating to identify, as they can take up to four years to mature, with different plumages each year. With 1, photographs illustrating these plumages, and descriptions by two of North America's top gull experts, this new reference guide is the authoritative word on gulls.".

    A frequent companion of polar bears, the Ivory Gull is an all-white seabird that lives amid ice floes in the High Arctic. In this inhospitable environment, it survives by feeding on fish and invertebrates around the edges of pack ice and drift ice, as well as being a consummate scavenger, feeding on the remains of polar bear kills, seal afterbirth, and scat.   Among her dozens of novels are The Amazing Adventures of Letitia Carberry (), which began a six-book series, and The Bat (originally published in as a play), which was among the inspirations for Bob Kane’s Batman. Credited with inventing the phrase “The butler did it,” Rinehart is often called an American Agatha Christie, even Brand: Road.

    Mormons, Crickets, and Gulls: A New Look at an Old Story William G. Hartley; The "Leading Sisters": A Female Hierarchy in Nineteenth-Century Mormon Society Maureen Ursenbach Beecher; Notes on Mormon Polygamy Stanley S. Ivins; Divorce among Mormon Polygamists: Extent and Explanations Eugene E. Campbell and Bruce L. Campbell.   Return of the Gulls, the first novel of the trilogy that introduces paranormal sleuths, Stacey Christian and Peter Return of the Gulls Stacey Christian unexpectedly runs into her ex-boyfriend, Peter Mansfield, while touring Ireland. They join forces to help solve the Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.


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Divorce Among The Gulls. Author: Jordan, William. Notes: pages. Size: 19 to 25 cm tall, Octavo, (8vo). Jacket Condition Condition: Used: Good. Format: Paperback. Divorce among the Gulls attracted the attention of several reviewers, including one for Publishers Weekly, who called Jordan's prose "scintillating" and declared that the author has a "poet's ability to enchant" as well as a "naturalist's talent for opening our eyes" to the marvels of the animal kingdom.

Among the Red-billed Gulls who eventually found new mates, 41% took so long that they missed a breeding season. In contrast, Cassin's Auklets, chunky seabirds that breed on islands or cliff faces, routinely pick up new mates within days of a divorce.

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About this book. Until recently, gulls were a group that inspired dread among birders, due to the bewildering variety of plumages, age-groups, and races, many of which are very difficult indeed to separate, even to species.

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