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The Avifauna of Hong Kong

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: GJ Carey, ML Chalmers, DA Diskin and PJ Kennerley
563 pages, 31 col plates, 412 figs, 20 tabs, 139 maps
The Avifauna of Hong Kong
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  • The Avifauna of Hong Kong ISBN: 9789627508021 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #128657
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Based on 41 years of Hong Kong Bird Watching Society records and surveys, including the first comprehensive breeding bird survey carried out in Hong Kong. A detailed analysis of the changing status and distribution of each species in Hong Kong, together with a review of 20 years of waterbird count data, an assessment of the effect of the wild bird trade on birds in Hong Kong and a summary of data collected as part of a long-term ringing programme make this an essential reference to the status and distribution of the birds of south China.

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: GJ Carey, ML Chalmers, DA Diskin and PJ Kennerley
563 pages, 31 col plates, 412 figs, 20 tabs, 139 maps
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