By: Richard L Bruggers and Clive CH Elliott
The world's most numerous bird, which destroys cereal crops - millet, rice, wheat, and sorghum - in many parts of Africa. Hundreds of millions of quelea are killed every year, yet the species remains as abundant as ever. This book is a definitive account of quelea ecology and management.
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