4 edition of Trogons found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Joseph M. Forshaw; illustrated by Albert Earl Gilbert|
|Contributions||Gilbert, Albert Earl|
|LC Classifications||QL696.T7 F67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||2008939281|
Trogon, (family Trogonidae), any of about 35 bird species common to warm regions. They constitute the family of Trogonidae in the order Trogoniformes. Trogons have a bright red to yellow belly in contrast to a dark chest and upperparts. In Africa and America males are iridescent above. Since the s, the possibility of seeing a trogon has lured birdwatchers to southern Arizona. With its brilliant metallic colors and odd croaking call, the Elegant Trogon brings an exotic touch to the wooded canyons and streamside sycamores where it lives. The observer who finds one may get to watch it at leisure: rather sluggish, the trogon may sit upright on one perch for several minutes.
Trogon is a genus of Coraciimorphae birds in the trogon family. Its members occur in forests and woodlands of the Americas, ranging from southeastern Arizona to northern Argentina.. They have large eyes, stout hooked bills, short wings, and long, squared-off, strongly graduated tails; black and white tail-feather markings form distinctive patterns on the : Aves. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive series is the first work ever to illustrate and deal in detail with all the living species of birds.
The trogons and quetzals are birds in the order Trogoniformes which contains only one family, the Trogonidae. The word "trogon" is Greek for "nibbling" and refers to the fact that these birds gnaw holes in trees to make their nests. They feed on insects and fruit, and their broad bills and weak legs reflect their diet and arboreal habits. TrogoniformesTrogons(Trogonidae) Class AvesOrder TrogoniformesFamily TrogonidaeNumber of families 1Thumbnail description Compact, brightly colored arboreal birds with short, broad bills, long tails, and very small legsSize – in (23–40 cm), – oz (35– g)Number of genera, species 8 genera, 37 speciesHabitat Woodlands from rainforest to savannas Source for information on.
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At a time when researchers and fieldworkers are showing increasing interest in the trogons, and when tropical forests, the home of most trogon species, are threatened by logging and land clearing, this book is intended to not only summarize and advance knowledge about trogons but also to draw attention to the urgent need to protect these magnificent birds by safeguarding the habitats so critical to their Cited by: 2.
The book includes detailed species accounts, range maps, and identification keys as well as a chapter that discusses comparative biology in terms of evolution, anatomy and morphology, behavior, ecology, breeding biology, and by: About this book. This is a definitive natural history of the spectacularly beautiful tropical birds known as the trogons, a family that includes the legendary Resplendent Quetzal, the sacred bird of the ancient Mayans and Aztecs.
Now, Trogons book possibly his last book on birds, he reflects on a memorable career brimmed with discovery and s, Laughing Falcons, and Other Neotropical Birds looks at the lifetime dedication of an expert naturalist who Renowned naturalist Alexander F.
Skutch 's critically acclaimed book The Minds of Birds first introduced a controversial review of bird behavior/5(6). An essential component of any comprehensive personal, professional, academic, or community library ornithological collection, Trogons And Quetzals Of The World is further enhanced with more than three hundred bibliographic references for further study.
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At a time when researchers and fieldworkers are showing increasing interest in the trogons, and when tropical forests, the home of most trogon species, are threatened by logging and land clearing, this book is intended to not only summarize and advance knowledge about trogons but also to draw attention to the urgent need to protect these magnificent birds by safeguarding the habitats so critical to their.
The book includes detailed species accounts, range maps, and identification keys as well as a chapter that discusses comparative biology in terms of evolution, anatomy and morphology, behavior, ecology, breeding biology, and populations.
Now, in possibly his last book on birds, he reflects on a memorable career brimmed with discovery and s, Laughing Falcons, and Other Neotropical Birds looks at the lifetime dedication of an expert naturalist who for seventy years has studied.
One of The Birdbooker Report's Best Bird Books of Remarkable The main advantage of Forshaw's book over [the competition] is the level of detail in the species accounts. Trogons: A Natural History of the Trogonidae should therefore be included in the library of any museum or nature enthusiastAlejandro Espinosa de Los Monteros, AukReviews: 9.
The book also includes more than three hundred bibliographic references. Despite their beauty and renown among birders, little has been previously published about the biology of many trogon and quetzal species. This up-to-date survey will serve as a valuable reference for ornithologists, conservationists, aviculturalists, and birdwatchers.
Masterfully produced by award winning book designer Derek Stone, Trogons is a large (11″x16″) folio- sized book limited to an edition of copies in the U.S.
and an additional copies by Lynx Edicions in Europe. Forshaw’s text begins with an introduction to the Trogonidae that is informative and easily digested. The trogons and quetzals are birds in the order Trogoniformes which contains only one family, the Trogonidae.
The family Trogonidae contains 46 species in seven genera. The fossil record of the trogons dates back 49 million years to the Early Eocene. They might constitute a member of the basal radiation of the order Coraciiformes or be closely related to mousebirds and owls.
The word trogon is. Trogons: A Natural History of the Trogonidae | Joseph M. Forshaw, Albert Earl Gilbert | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Black-Throated Trogon (Trogon rufus) Collared Trogan (Trogon collaris) Elegant Trogan (Trogon elegans) Golden-Headed Quetzal (Pharomachrus auriceps) Masked Trogon (Trogon personatus) Orange-Breasted Trogon (Harpactes oreskios) Red-Headed Trogon (Harpactes erythrocephalus) Resplendent Quetzal (Pharomachrus mocinno) Surucua Trogon (Trogon surrucura).
Buy Trogons by Forshaw, Joseph M., Gilbert, Albert Earl (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Trogons: A Natural History of the Trogonidae should therefore be included in the library of any museum or nature enthusiast."--Alejandro Espinosa de Los Monteros, Auk "The highlights of the book, however, are the stunning paintings, done from life in almost all cases.
Many kinds of trogons live in tropical forests, but only one species regularly occurs in North America. Easily recognized by their metallic-green and rose-red colors, as well as their unusual stout-bodied, square-tailed profile, Elegant Trogons are a prized sighting for birders who visit southeastern Arizona.
Early on spring mornings, their repetitive and resonating calls carry through the. Trogon, Pharomachrus mocinno Description The resplendent quetzal is a beautiful bird, and was worshipped by Mayan and Aztec cultures as the god of the air. I Nectariniidae, Sunbirds are species of small, lovely birds that make up the family Nectariniidae.
Sunbirds occur in Africa, South and Southeast Asia, New Gu Tanagers, Tanagers are species of extremely colorful, perching. Trogons of Costa Rica: A Photo Gallery including Baird's Trogon, Lattice-tailed Trogon, Respledent Quetzal, Gartered Trogon, Black-headed Trogon, Elegant Trogon, Black-throated Trogon, Slaty-tailed Trogon, Orange-bellied Trogon.
In Search of the Elegant Trogon. by Steve. 8 Comments. 0. Several months before our trip to Arizona, I had given a presentation about my new book to the Wintu Audubon Society, in Shasta County.
Prior to the presentation, members of the group talked about special birds they had seen in .John Gould (). Monograph of the Trogonidae, or Family of Trogons.
London: Richard and John E. Taylor, for the author, (first edition) (second edition) Lithographs with original hand-coloring.
Trogons (and Quetzels) mostly inhabit tropical rain forests and get .: Monograph of the Trogonidae, or Family of Trogons: Folio. 47 hand-colored lithographs after John Gould, H.C. Richter, and W. Hart. Contemporary green morocco gilt, all edges gilt. Provenance: from the library of the Wadsworth Athenaeum, the gift of J.
Pierpont Morgan in memory of his father, with an engraved bookplate commemorating the bequest on the front paste-down of each .