Tickell has been a warden naturalist, lecturer in zoology, and consultant with the BBC Natural History Unit for three television films about albatrosses.
Tickell has been a warden naturalist, lecturer in zoology, and consultant with the BBC Natural History Unit for three television films about albatrosses. He was also a producer for the acclaimed series Life in the Freezer.
Книга: W. L. N. Tickell Albatrosses
Книга: W. Tickell Albatrosses. Издательство: "Yale University Press" (2000).
The short-tailed albatross or Steller's albatross (Phoebastria albatrus) is a large rare . Tickell, W. (2000). Robertsbridge, UK: Pica Press.
The short-tailed albatross or Steller's albatross (Phoebastria albatrus) is a large rare seabird from the North Pacific. It was described by the German naturalist Peter Simon Pallas from skins collected by the Georg Wilhelm Steller (after whom its other common name is derived). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. p. 38. ISBN 978-0-226-05781-1.
New Biological Books. Joanna Burger, "Albatrosses.
Mountfield, East Sussex: Pica Press. 448 p, illustrated, hardcover. But it is also the tale of a lifetime's love affair with these great birds, which have formed the backdrop to Tickell's life since he first joined the British Antarctic Survey (then known as the Falklands Islands Dependencies Survey) in 1954. It is somewhat ironic that albatrosses, many breeding on the world's remotest islands and foraging in the stormiest seas, are now among the best-studied seabirds.
Summary Tickell, W. 1984. Behaviour of Blackbrowed and Greyheaded Albatrosses at Bird Island, South George. The behaviour of Blackbrowed and Greyheaded Albatrosses.
Albatrosses by W. Tickell. Published: 1 June 2001. in Emu - Austral Ornithology. Emu - Austral Ornithology, Volume 101; doi:10. This is unquestionably the definitive work on this group of birds, a book that has to be in every serious ornithological library and the collection of every seabird biologist and pelagic enthusiast in the world. This is a superb book. Bird Watcher’s Digest. It explores albatross natural history from a geographic point of view, arranging the birds in four groups for convenience.
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