By: DE McIvor
150 pages, 50+ colour photos, 39 b/w maps, tables
An accessible package of information in a readable and companionable voice, "Important Bird Areas of Nevada" describes the importance of each of these landscapes to Nevada's birds. Each area narrative includes a description of the salient features of the Important Bird Area (IBA), the reasons the site was selected, and the conservation challenges facing that site. Access information is provided for those interested in visiting the IBAs.
- 38 Important Bird Areas described in detail, including key avifaunal features and conservation needs
- Excellent, context-setting information for the Nevada IBA Program, including background on international and national IBA efforts
- Copiously illustrated with 39 maps and more than 50 photographs by Nevada photographers including the author, Bob Goodman, and Dick Barrett
- Cover illustration by noted Nevada wildlife artist Ray Nelson
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