Edited By: Marco Lambertini and Fabio Casale
222 pages, Tabs, figs, maps
Based on the First Italian Convention on Bird Conservation, held in Montepulciano in June 1995, and published by the BirdLife partner for Italy, this important document presents a milestone in the country's conservation strategy. Sections cover species conservation, site identification and protection, habitat conservation, and public awareness and active conservation. Four chapters are in English, the remaining in Italian with English abstracts.
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