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The Economic Value of Birds to the State [11 Images]

The Economic Value of Birds to the State [11 Images]

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The Economic Value of Birds to the State is a book written by Frank M. Chapman and illustrated by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. It was first published in 1926 and focuses on the economic and ecological importance of birds in the United States.

The book argues that birds have significant economic value to the state through their contributions to agriculture, forestry, and other industries. Chapman provides numerous examples of how birds benefit these industries, such as their role in controlling pest populations and pollinating crops. Fuertes' illustrations are highly detailed and showcase the beauty and diversity of bird species found in North America.

It was a groundbreaking book in the field of ornithology, and its contributions to the understanding of the ecological and economic importance of birds continue to be recognized today.

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