By Gisela Kaplan
Bird Minds is the 1st try and shine a severe and clinical gentle at the cognitive behaviour of Australian land birds. during this attention-grabbing quantity, the writer additionally provides contemporary alterations in our knowing of the avian mind and hyperlinks those to existence histories and sturdiness.
Following on from Gisela’s well-received books, Australian Magpie and Tawny Frogmouth, in addition to prior titles on birds, poultry Minds contends that the original and infrequently tricky stipulations of Australia's atmosphere were the most important for the evolution of bizarre complexities in avian cognition and behavior.
This booklet is written for a normal viewers, in particular novice ornithologists and naturalists however it will both attract experts in poultry behaviour and scholars operating in biology, comparative psychology, cognitive ecology, box ornithology, zoology, aviculture and animal welfare. it's going to even be of pursuits to veterinarians, zoo body of workers, poultry enthusiasts and individuals of different teams all for birds.
Recipient of a 2016 Whitley Award commendation for Behavioural Zoology