Edited By: Vilikesa T Masibalavu and Guy Dutson
66 pages, 50 Col photos, 14 tabs, 17 maps
This book describes the 14 sites in Fiji which are of global importance for bird conservation. These Important Bird Areas (IBAs) are priorities for conserving the natural heritage of Fiji for future generations. Fiji's rich natural heritage includes 11 threatened bird species and 27 endemic bird species. This book updates the status and conservation needs of all these special birds.
This book is aimed at land-use planners, policy-makers, conservationists, forestry managers, researchers, birdwatchers and local land owners. It is published by BirdLife International in Fiji, with primary sponsorship from the Darwin Initiative.
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