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Waiting for the macaws :; and other stories from the age of extinctions by  Terry Glavin - First edition, first printing (full number line) - 2006 - from Owl & Company Bookshop and Biblio.com

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Waiting for the macaws :; and other stories from the age of extinctions

by Glavin, Terry

Condition: Very little wear to DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve, gently bumped fold to spine foot & head, light bump to top-front


Toronto: Viking Canada, 2006. First edition, first printing (full number line). Hardcover. Very little wear to DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve, gently bumped fold to spine foot & head, light bump to top-front corner, else near fine(-) in very good+ DJ.. Large octavo in black DJ; xii, 318 p ; 24 cm. Endangered species, Birds; Animals.



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