By: G Alexander, G Leaper, I Francis and M Tulloch
292 pages, Tabs, dist maps
Presents the results of an audit of the priority species and habitats which are present in NE Scotland (Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray). It is not a complete account of the biodiversity of the area, nor does it consider every threatened species. However, it is the first step towards identifying what can be done in NE Scotland to help achieve national biodiversity targets, and also helps to identify some further local priorities.
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