If bird migration interests you I like the book by Thomas Alerstam
which I got at discount from CUP as I am connected to Cambridge University Press having been an active member of CUGC or Cambridge University Gliding Club. I love flying over Fowlmere in a glider with girl sliders and girl gliders
who share my links with Max Planck Institute in Gerrmany where leading migration of birds work is taking place including work I was involved with at Princeton in Jersey associated with the ELF electromagnetic resonance project better known as the HFAARP or HAARP project near Fairbanks ABO
Alaska Bird Observatory great in summer near Gakona for research on magnetic resonance effects on birds migrating north from South America that thrive on thousands of species of diptera in particular gnats and mosquitoes
in trillions there in the trees which Nancy De Witt bands in summer as they return to take up territory in Alaska the biggest States in the USA over half a million square miles in area! Great for birding if you visit Nancy and banders at ABO near Fairbanks in central Alaska along the Yukong river filled with dendroica warblers singing in late spring and benefitting from the sparsity of birders at ABO watching the summering warblers being banded. A great sight.
I recomment a book by my contact Mzxime Zucca on bird migration in French recently published in France by Oueste France in glorious details an update
on research on bird migration worldwide with huge references worldwide
pages and pages long citing worldwide research on bird migration
including on magnetic resonance!
Editions Sud Ouest, 2010. 350 pages. Format 17 x 24 cm. Relié / couverture rigide. Prix : 28,50 euros.
Bertram.E.B.BREE in contact with Oueste France contacts of Maxime Zucca
who like studying la Migration des Oiseaux!