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Management Plan to Conserve the Brown Booby Colony and its Habitat on Cayman Brac 2002-06

By: Patricia E Bradley(Author), Gina Ebanks-Petrie(Foreword By)
Publisher: RSPB
Management Plan to Conserve the Brown Booby Colony and its Habitat on Cayman Brac 2002-06
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The eastern and southern bluff on Cayman Brac deserves legal protection because it holds the Cayman Islands' only breeding colony of brown booby Sula leucogaster, as well as the largest colony of white-tailed tropicbird Phaethon lepturus and other significant plants and animals. This plan proposes that the site should be designated as a National Park, protected and managed in order to aid the recovery of this declining sulid colony.

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By: Patricia E Bradley(Author), Gina Ebanks-Petrie(Foreword By)
Publisher: RSPB
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