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Raptor Watch


Melanie Colón
  • A Global Directory of Raptor Migration Sites Jorje I Zalles and Keith L Bildstein (eds) BirdLife International 2000 http://www.birdlife.org/community/2011/01/raptor-watch/ English BirdLife Conservation Series 9 12/01/2000 0946888388 No value No value

At least 63 percent of the world’s raptors migrate. Raptor Watch, compiled from contributions by over 800 observers worldwide, is a guide to 388 hotspots where these birds can be seen in their thousands. A repository of information for the specialist, this book is also a strategy document enabling conservationists working at the local and national level to cooperate globally to protect raptor migration networks.




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