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Ecology of the Birds of Hong Kong

Edited By: Captain LC Wong, Vicky WY Lam and Gary WJ Ades
230 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
Ecology of the Birds of Hong Kong
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  • Ecology of the Birds of Hong Kong ISBN: 9789628869527 Paperback Jan 2009 In stock
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Although heavily urbanised, Hong Kong is 80% countryside and is home to 480 bird species. Many bird species have adapted to urban life. This book summarises the collective knowledge of local experts and connects the birds to their habitat requirements. These include wetlands, forests, shrubland, farmland and urban parks.

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Edited By: Captain LC Wong, Vicky WY Lam and Gary WJ Ades
230 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
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