Edited By: John M Marzluff and Rex Sallabanks
563 pages, Figs, tabs
Featuring a blend of methodological, empirical and applied chapters, this book presents the findings and insights of leading avian conservationists from around the world. Contributors review current research and identify information gaps that need to be filled if conservation measures are to be effectively carried out. They highlight the peril many species are experiencing, showcase important projects, and present the advice of practising managers.
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