Edited By: DA Hill, PJ Garson and D Jenkins
306 pages, Illus, figs, tabs, maps
Contents: Section 1, Studies of Pheasants in China: distribution and status; ecology; taxonomy; behaviour. Section 2, The Application of Field Techniques: planning fieldwork, trapping, marking and radiotracking; monitoring breeding success and mortality; studying behaviour; assessing habitat use; monitoring food supply and analysing faeces; re-introduction. Section 3, Aviculture, Education and Reserves: aviculture and education, reserve areas and habitat conservation.
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