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Academic & Professional Books  Ornithology  Birds: General

Birds of the UK Overseas Territories

Monograph Coming Soon
By: Roger Riddington(Editor), Miranda Krestovnikoff(Foreword By)
320 pages, 250 colour photos and illustrations
NHBS
Based on a series of articles in the journal British Birds, this book shows how the UK's 14 Overseas Territories are havens for birds and other wildlife.
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  • Birds of the UK Overseas Territories ISBN: 9781472977267 Paperback Jul 2020 Available for pre-order : Due Jul 2020
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    £59.99
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About this book

Based on a series of articles in the journal British Birds, this book highlights the international importance of the UK's 14 Overseas Territories for birds and other wildlife.

Many of these places are small islands dispersed mostly across the Atlantic, Antarctic and Pacific Oceans, where they are home to a quarter of the world's penguins and a third of the word's breeding albatrosses, as well as 34 species that are globally threatened.

With a foreword by RSPB President, Miranda Krestovnikoff, Birds of the UK Overseas Territories will be a 'must have' for anyone interested in international conservation or wanting to visit some of these jewels in the UK's natural history crown.

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Monograph Coming Soon
By: Roger Riddington(Editor), Miranda Krestovnikoff(Foreword By)
320 pages, 250 colour photos and illustrations
NHBS
Based on a series of articles in the journal British Birds, this book shows how the UK's 14 Overseas Territories are havens for birds and other wildlife.
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