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Kék Könyv: A Kék Vércse Ökológiája és Megőrzése [The Blue Vesper: Ecology and Conservation of the Red-Footed Falcon]

Monograph
By: Péter Palatitz(Editor), Szabolcs Solt(Editor), Péter Fehérvári(Editor)
240 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
Kék Könyv: A Kék Vércse Ökológiája és Megőrzése [The Blue Vesper: Ecology and Conservation of the Red-Footed Falcon]
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  • Kék Könyv: A Kék Vércse Ökológiája és Megőrzése [The Blue Vesper: Ecology and Conservation of the Red-Footed Falcon] ISBN: 9786158092524 Hardback Jan 2018 In stock
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Language: Hungarian

Based on 15 years of research and conservation work by researchers with Birdlife Hungary, this monograph lays out the basic biology of the Red-Footed Falcon, Falco vespertinus. In 24 chapters, the editors bring together information on reproduction, habitats, diseases and parasites, migration and wintering, and population sizes and trends. A series of chapters looks at ongoing conservation efforts in Hungary, Slovakia, Serbia, and Romania, monitoring, creation of nest sites, and habitat management directives. The book is profusely illustrated with remarkable colour photos and numerous colour illustrations and colour maps.

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Monograph
By: Péter Palatitz(Editor), Szabolcs Solt(Editor), Péter Fehérvári(Editor)
240 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
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