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Important Bird Areas of the Americas


Melanie Colón
  • Priority Sites for Biodiversity Conservation C Devenish, DF Diaz Fernandez, RP Clay, IJ Davidson, and IY Zabala (eds) BirdLife International 2010 http://www.birdlife.org/ English , Nearctic, Neotropic, BirdLife Conservation Series 16 09/24/2010 9942995900 9789942995902 No value No value

This directory provides a concise summary of the 2345 Important Bird Areas described to date in the Americas. The inventory represents a participative consensus on the most important sites for bird and biodiversity conservation in the hemisphere, in what is probably the most comprehensive assessment of its kind to be published. Since the beginning of the IBA program in North America in 1995, sites have now been identified in all 57 countries or territories in the region, totaling more than 3,250,000 km2.

 

This book is the culmination of national IBA identification processes involving thousands of people in the Caribbean, North, Central and South America, and at least 150 governmental and non-governmental organizations. The directory is at once a high level awareness-raising publication; a decision-making tool for national and hemispheric biodiversity management and planning; and a portfolio of funding opportunities for potential donors.




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