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China Bird Report 2003

Report Out of Print
Series: China Bird Report Volume: 2003
Edited By: China Ornithological Society
190 pages, Colour photos
China Bird Report 2003
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  • China Bird Report 2003 Paperback Dec 2004 Out of Print #168334
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

Published by China Ornithological Society, the China Bird Report 2003 is the first annual report for the whole of mainland China. It presents 857 species, accounting for around 65% of the national list, and one new species to China. It also highlights 32 Red-listed species for conservation concern. Furthermore, information of channel and format of records submission for birdwatchers is also provided.

"It is heartening to see the rapid growth in amateur birdwatching in China, at least in parts of the country, and this Report 2003 should do much to encourage it further.." - Michael G. Wilson in IBIS

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Report Out of Print
Series: China Bird Report Volume: 2003
Edited By: China Ornithological Society
190 pages, Colour photos
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