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By: D Whaley and J Dawes
39 pages, Maps & b/w photos
The results of atlas surveys made in 1995-2002 covering mainly Paphos district: the only part of the island to hold all the endemic species and sub-species, plus other species such as Griffon Vulture, Eleonora`sFalcon and Woodchat Shrike, which breed only in that area. The 5 km gridmap for each species is accompanied by an annotated text which covers the present breeding status, distribution and habitat, and highlights any changes since the publication of the second edition of 'The Birds of Cyprus' in 1992. Scarce breeding records prior to 1992 are also mentioned, as are species with the potential to breed in the future.
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