306 pgs. Good to Very Good condition green cloth hardcover, remant of paper title piece on spine, with rubbing to cloth at edges, corners and spine ends. Side and bottom page edges are untrimmed, attractive frontis color plate by "CEC" tipped in, text clean and sound throughout. William Henry Hudson, author of Green Mansions, is a famed British naturalist, ornithologist and South American explorer. In this series of essays, he relates his personal observations of the nature and behavior of numerous species of birds, both wild and domesticated, in their interactions and misadventures with man in various habitats. Contents: Birds at Their Best, Birds and Man, Daws in the West Country, Early Spring in Savernake Forest, A Wood Wren at Wells, The Secret of the Willow Wren, Secret of the Charm of Flowers, Ravens in Somerset, Owls in a Village, The Strange and Beautiful Sheldrake, Geese: An Appreciation and a Memory, The Dartford Warbler, Vert-Vert; or Parrot Gossip, Something Pretty in a Glass Case, Selborne, index. #1925
Title: Birds and Man.
Edition: No Additional Printings Stated
Publisher: New York, Alfred A. Knopf (Turnbull and Spears, London): 1920
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good to Very Good
Size: 8vo - 7¾ - 9¾ Inches Tall
Seller ID: 1925