STROUD'S DIGEST ON THE DISEASES OF BIRDS. Robert Stroud.

STROUD'S DIGEST ON THE DISEASES OF BIRDS.

An alphabetically arranged compendium consisting of a complete report of the researches of the author and a digest of the extant knowledge of this subjects, written form the point of view of the practical canary breeder. Illustrated by the author. Photography: Harry Lacey. Pp. x+498, numerous text figures, indices; pictorial glazed papered boards outer leaves and edges lightly foxed; T.F.H. Publications, Inc., Neptune City, NJ, 1964. * 'In 1963, Robert F. Stroud, murderer of two men, died after spending 54 years in solitary confinement. No man in the history of the world spent more time alone. Were it not for his deep intelligence and love for birds, Stroud would have been converted to a human vegetable, but, instead, he became one of the world's greatest bird pathologists' [publisher's blurb]. Item #149779

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