By: P Lack
148 pages, Figs, tabs
An important book on the relationship between farming practices and populations of birds on lowland farms. It identifies the management practices which benefit birds (and those which do not) and addresses the conflict between beneficial activities for birds and the greatest efficiency for the farmer. Suggestions for realistic compromise are given.
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