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Important Bird Areas in Bulgaria and Natura 2000 [English / Bulgarian]

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By: Irina Kostadinova(Editor), Mladen Gramatikov(Editor), Borislav Tonchev(Preface By)
640 pages, b/w photos, two-tone illustrations, two-tone maps, tables
Important Bird Areas in Bulgaria and Natura 2000 [English / Bulgarian]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Bulgarian

This volume in the BirdLife International series presents the network of 114 Important Bird Areas in Bulgaria. This was based on of a thorough analysis in the periods 2003-2005 of the existing information, dedicated research of the least known territories, and monitoring of sites, based on more then 4 million birdwatching records and 173 scientific publications. A total of 372 bird species are recorded in the IBA network, representing 89% of Bulgarian and 71% of European bird species.

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By: Irina Kostadinova(Editor), Mladen Gramatikov(Editor), Borislav Tonchev(Preface By)
640 pages, b/w photos, two-tone illustrations, two-tone maps, tables
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