Item #13449 Avian Architecture: How Birds Design, Engineer, and Build. Peter GOODFELLOW.

Avian Architecture: How Birds Design, Engineer, and Build

Publisher: Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011.
Status: Out of print
Binding: Hardcover.
Condition: Near fine / Very Good.
Pages: 160

Near fine hardcover in a price-clipped dust jacket. Bumped corners. First American Edition. Birds are the most consistently inventive builders, and their nests set the bar for functional design in nature. Avian Architecture describes how birds design, engineer, and build their nests, deconstructing all types of nests found around the world using architectural blueprints and detailed descriptions of the construction processes and engineering techniques birds use. This spectacularly illustrated book features 300 full-color images and more than 35 case studies that profile key species worldwide.

Item #13449
ISBN: 9780691148496

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Price: $15.00

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