- Author:Niko Tinbergen
- Publisher:HarperCollins Distribution Services; 1st Am. ed. edition (1961)
- Pages:272 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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Niko Tinbergen (Author).
Niko Tinbergen (Author). Series: Collins New Naturalist.
Fantastic book, great behavioral study of Herring Gulls. Recommended to me from a colleague who studies Herring Gulls. One person found this helpful.
The Herring Gull's World book. One of the most brilliant volumes in the whole New Naturalist series, Dr. Tinbergen's investigation into the life history and habits of the herring gull is already established as a classic work of modern animal behaviour studies.
Nikolaas Tinbergen, a Dutch zoologist, with the Austrian biologist Konrad Lorenz founded the field of modern . food, and the reasons gulls bother to remove empty eggshells from their nests
Nikolaas Tinbergen, a Dutch zoologist, with the Austrian biologist Konrad Lorenz founded the field of modern ethology--the study of animals in their natural surroundings. food, and the reasons gulls bother to remove empty eggshells from their nests. His influential book The Study of Instinct (1951) had a tremendous impact on the development of ethology. Ethologists believe that instinct is a motivational basis for human behavior as well as for animal behavior and hence that ethological studies have valid human applications.
The Herring Gull's World. Part of the New Naturalist Monograph M03 Series). New Naturalist Monograph M03 SeriesNikolaas Tinbergen. by Nikolaas Tinbergen.
The Herring Gull's World: A Study of the Social Behavior of Birds. In a famous study on the ‘instinctive behaviour’ of herring gull chicks, Tinbergen examined whether the presence, colour and position of the patch affected the pecking of the chicks
The Herring Gull's World: A Study of the Social Behavior of Birds. This report of the behavior of herring gulls is based on extensive field observation at gulleries and on experiments performed in the field. In a famous study on the ‘instinctive behaviour’ of herring gull chicks, Tinbergen examined whether the presence, colour and position of the patch affected the pecking of the chicks.
Books By Author: - Curious Naturalists. The Herring Gull's World: A Study Of The Social Behaviour Of Birds (A New Naturalist Monograph, - Animal Behavior. Social Behaviour in Animals: With Special Reference to Vertebrates. Conducta social en los animales con referencia especial a los vertebrados. Books In The Series: Related Books On Our Site: Rewiews: Aug 12, 2008 Laura Grabowski Rated it: it was amazing Shelves: non-fiction-science This is an old book, but more than worth the effort
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Tinbergen N (1953) The Herring Gull’s World. Tinbergen N (1958) Curious Naturalists
Tinbergen N (1953) The Herring Gull’s World. Tinbergen N (1958) Curious Naturalists. London: Country Life. Tinbergen N (1963) On aims and methods of ethology. Zeitschrift für Tierpsychologie 20: 410–133. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Tinbergen N (1967) Adaptive features of the black-headed gull Larus ridibundus L. In: Proceedings of the XIV International Ornithological Congress: Oxford, July 24–30 1966 (Snow DW, ed), 43–59. Tinbergen N (1989) Watching and wondering