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Series: Rare Birds Yearbook. The vision of the Rare Birds Yearbook is to improve the chances of survival of the world's most threatened birds in two ways

Series: Rare Birds Yearbook. Publisher: Rare Birds Yearbook. ISBN: 9780955260735 Paperback Oct 2007 In stock. The vision of the Rare Birds Yearbook is to improve the chances of survival of the world's most threatened birds in two ways. Its primary purpose is to describe the situation of the 189 Critically Endangered Species in a comprehensible and popular way. The Rare Birds Yearbook should be equally engaging for dedicated ornithologists and birders, and for general readers.

I’ve often said that some of the most valuable books for birdwatchers are the scientific publications by BirdLife International. In the case of the Rare Birds Yearbook, someone at BirdLife International has spotted that the information that they need to publish anyway for conservation purposes could also be turned into a terrific book and sold to the general public. There have been books before about the most threatened birds on the planet but none have been so comprehensive, so up-to-date and so concisely presented. But this book is far more than just a compendium of data on the world’s rarest birds.

The World's Rarest Birds deserves that wider audience and I sincerely hope it reaches them; otherwise we may need to produce another and more desperate volume in a short number of years. -Phil Slade, Another Bird Blog. Absolutely fascinating from start to finish. A must have for all bird lovers!--Rob Ripma, Nutty Birder. This fine book is simultaneously fascinating and saddening. -Herb Wilson, Portland Press Herald.

The purpose of The World's Rarest Birds is to raise awareness of the . Read a sample or download The World's Rarest Birds by Erik Hirschfeld, Andy Swash & Robert Still with iBooks.

The purpose of The World's Rarest Birds is to raise awareness of the plight of the rarest birds of the world an. .This illustrated book vividly depicts the most endangered birds in the world and provides the latest information on the threats each species faces and the measures being taken to save them  . The World's Rarest Birds.

The world’s rarest birds. Hirschfeld, Andy Swash, and Robert Sill. a larger format book as an update on the 650 rar-. est species, showcasing new photographs of many. Birds are illustrated in many poses, showing active behaviors rather than a series of. flat profile views as seen in so many field guides.

The World's Rarest Birds has introductory chapters that explain the threats to birds, the ways threat categories are applied, and the distinction between threat and rarity. The book is divided into seven regional sections-Europe and the Middle East; Africa and Madagascar; Asia; Australasia; Oceanic Islands; North America, Central America, and the Caribbean; and South America.

Rare Birds Yearbook 2008: The World’s 189 Most Threatened Birds. The largest section of the book is devoted to a compendium of information on each bird, including fine illustrations, natural history, and the (often dramatic) reasons why the species is threatened.

For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. Original publication date. Rare Birds Yearbook 2008 quantity. This book does not only contain a basic list of Critically Endangered species per country, it explores topics such as climate change, the use of isotope technology to ascertain bird’s origins, in-depth profiles of species and n programmes. The Rare Birds Yearbook is essential reading for anyone interested in birds and their conservation. Author: BirdLife International Published: 2007 Paperback ISBN: 978552607-3-5.


Rare Birds Yearbook 2008: The World's 189 Most Threatened Birds download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: Erik Hirschfeld
ISBN: 0955260736
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: MagDig Media Ltd; First Edition Thus edition (November 1, 2007)
Pages: 276 pages