Edited By: SR Beissinger and NFR Snyder
288 pages, 9 b/w illus,figs
Neotropical parrots are one of the most threatened groups of birds in the world. They are taken from the wild as pets, killed as agricultural pests and suffer from rapid habitat loss. This major work reviews these threats, and the current status of all the species involved, as well as a range of possible conservation solutions. Each chapter has a summary in Spanish.
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