Item #11935 Raptors at Risk: Proceedings of the V World Conference on Birds of Prey and Owls - South Africa, August, 1998. R. D. Chancellor, B-U. Meyburg, World Working Group On Birds Of Prey And Owls.

Raptors at Risk: Proceedings of the V World Conference on Birds of Prey and Owls - South Africa, August, 1998

Publisher: World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls, 2001.
Binding: Paperback.
Condition: New.
Pages: 890

Raptors at Risk: Proceedings of the V World Conference on Birds of Prey and Owls - South Africa, August, 1998. . In Africa, the pioneering population monitoring of eagles in Kenya by Brown and in Zimbabwe by Gargett are noteworthy. Furthermore, the consequences of habitat fragmentation and isolation on bird communities, currently a deep concern, have been thoroughly analyzed in temperate forests, as well as in tropical forests but rarely in Africa and never specifically on a raptor community. Raptors are highly sensitive to prey availability, vegetation structurem pollution and human disturbance and thus are good indicators of environmental changes.

SanRafael: 0. Item #11935
ISBN: 0888394780

Price: $65.00