Edited By: PF Donald and JA Vickery
220 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Skylark populations across much of Europe are in severe and sustained decline. In 1999, scientists from the RSPB and BTO organised a conference to bring together the world's leading experts on this species to discuss the reasons for recent declines and to assess what can be done to help. This book contains the proceedings of that meeting and represents the most comprehensive account of our understanding of this species published so far.
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