4 edition of Attu found in the catalog.
by Charles E. Osgood and American Birding Association, distributed by ABA Sales in Colorado Springs, Col
Written in English
A compendium of personal essays, poems, historical narratives, maps, photos, and drawings of Attu, the westernmost island in the Aleutians, which separates the North Pacific from the Bering Sea. Includes an extensive annotated checklist by Larry Balch.
|Other titles||Birding on the edge.|
|Statement||a publication of Charles Osgood and the American Birding Association ; edited by Christa Watters.|
|Contributions||Osgood, Charles E., Watters, Christa., American Birding Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||2003010304|
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