MAGELLANIC SUB-ANTARCTIC ORNITHOLOGY: FIRST DECADE OF LONG-TERM BIRD STUDIES AT THE OMORA ETHNOBOTANICAL PARK, CAPE HORN BIOSPHERE RESERVE, CHILE. By Ricardo Rozzi and Jaime E. Jiménez (editors). Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, University of North Texas,/Universidad de Magallenes, Denton, TX /Punta Arenas, Chile. 2014: i-xx + 364 pages. ISBN 978-1-57441-531-5 (book), 978-1-57441-543-8 (ebook). $75.00

As the title implies, this work summarizes research into the birds of Cape Horn at the southern tip of South America, a beautiful and remote region that will be unfamiliar to most ornithologists. That in and of itself makes this publication of value to the broader community. The forwards are by the late Chilean marine biologist Roberto Schlatter and Chilean ornithologist Alvaro Jaramillo (San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory). This is followed by a preface describing the banding program at Omora Ethnobotanical Park and its scientific, educational, and conservation goals. The main body of the book is...

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