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TOTAL CWAC Report: Coordinated Waterbird Counts in South Africa, 1992-97

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By: PB Taylor, RA Navarro, M Wren-Sargent, JA Harrison and SL Kieswetter
251 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
TOTAL CWAC Report: Coordinated Waterbird Counts in South Africa, 1992-97
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  • TOTAL CWAC Report: Coordinated Waterbird Counts in South Africa, 1992-97 ISBN: 9780620247139 Paperback Dec 1999 Unavailable #103240
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Summarises the results of six years of wetland surveys at 180 South African wetlands. The report contains synthesis chapters that provide overviews of the status of and threats to South African wetlands. These are followed by the bulk of the report in two sections, one devoted to the wetlands, and one to the species which occurred at the wetlands.

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Report
By: PB Taylor, RA Navarro, M Wren-Sargent, JA Harrison and SL Kieswetter
251 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
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