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An Inventory of Breeding Seabirds of the Caribbean

Edited By: Patricia E Bradley and Robert L Norton
353 pages, 44 b/w photos, 51 maps, tabs
An Inventory of Breeding Seabirds of the Caribbean
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An Inventory of Breeding Seabirds of the CaribbeanAn Inventory of Breeding Seabirds of the Caribbean

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This island-by-island inventory of Caribbean seabirds includes colony locations and estimates of the numbers of breeding pairs, the severe threats that seabirds face, and proposals for research and conservation measures.

In the past two decades, global populations of seabirds have declined faster than any other group of birds, yet almost no conservation resources are expended to counteract this trend, especially among tropical seabirds. This volume includes twenty-five national accounts, written by professional and amateur ornithologists, and illustrated by maps specially prepared by William Mackin and The Nature Conservancy. This inventory brings together the best and most complete set of data on breeding seabirds that nest on the islands throughout the Caribbean, making it invaluable for anyone interested in sustaining seabird populations.

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Patricia E. Bradley, author of Birds of the Cayman Islands, The British Ornithologists' Union Checklist and contributor to Birdlife's Caribbean Important Birds Areas, is involved in bird conservation in the Cayman Islands.
Robert L. Norton, a contributor to Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds, and The Birds of North America No. 649, has written about and studied seabirds in the U.S. and British Virgin Islands for the past twenty years.

Edited By: Patricia E Bradley and Robert L Norton
353 pages, 44 b/w photos, 51 maps, tabs
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Represents a major undertaking that is indeed original, significant, and an important contribution toward better understanding and ultimately conserving this extraordinary resource. - Herbert A. Raffaele, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
"The Caribbean is biologically rich and varied. This book on seabirds ably demonstrates that the Caribbean is much more than just a holiday destination of sun, sea, and sand. I highly recommend it." - John Chardine, Canadian Wildlife Service"

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