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Assioli di Marco Mastrorilli


Strigiformes and reptiles
the curious relationship between nocturnal birds of prey and iguanas
edited by Marco Mastrorilli

 

 

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Strigiformes and reptiles
the curious relationship between nocturnal birds of prey and iguanas
edited by Marco Mastrorilli

 

 

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BIRD GARDENING

Reading advice and insights on the Birdgarden

edited by Marco Mastrorilli

 

 

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The owl in Japan

Between history, culture and traditions

edited by Simona Galeotta

 

 

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How long does an owl live? - M. Mastrorilli

All about the longevity of nocturnal birds of prey

Historical iconography and human imagery are full of references to the marked longevity of owls and nocturnal birds of prey in general.

It is no coincidence that illustrations, documents, scientific texts and even classic fiction can often be found in which nocturnal birds of prey, owls in particular, appear to be particularly long-lived animals....

 

 

Marco Mastrorilli

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Blakiston's fish owl - M.Mastrorilli

Ecology and conservation of one of the rarest and largest owls in the world

Gufo pescatore di Blakiston

Blakiston's Fish Owl is one of the largest e rare nocturnal birds of prey on the planet: there are less than 2500 left.
They live in Japan, Russia and part of Korea and China and this dossier with splendid photos will illustrate the ecology and guidelines for the conservation of this species. 
The diet and hunting techniques, phylogeny and taxonomy, distribution and reproductive biology and finally a rich bibliography. 

A really interesting work not to be missed. 
 

Marco Mastrorilli

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Why is it called Owl? - M. Mastrorilli

Secrets and curiosities of the names of owls, owls, owls, barn owls & C.

"Inside this guide you will find news, information and curiosities related to the genesis and etymology of the terms with which I call nocturnal birds of prey, in Italian or with the scientific Latin binomial. 

In these 30 years dedicated to the study and dissemination of the secrets of nocturnal birds of prey, I have met hundreds of people who have enriched my personal knowledge. 

Today this book is a gift to thank you for sharing this knowledge."

Marco Mastrorilli

 

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