The University of Wisconsin Press
Environmental Science / Ornithology
Bird Conservation 3
Edited by Jerome A. Jackson
Bird Conservation Studies
“A useful and valuable publication.”—Wildlife Book Review
Bird Conservation 3 focuses on the forest habitats of North America and the birds that call them home: what they were like before the arrival of the Europeans, what has happened up to the present, and what may be in store for them in the future. The contributors trace changes in bird populations through time and relate these changes to specific changes in forest environments. The volume also includes recommendations for preserving some of the biotic diversity of North America, emphasizing the need to save mature forests. In addition to the major articles, this volume includes updates on International Council forBird Preservation (ICBP) activities and a bibliography of efforts in bird conservation..
"This annual will….will serve as a valuable reference tool for apprising both researchers and animal managers of new contributions and efforts in conserving endangered species of birds.” —Zoo Biology
“This [series] … valuably fills a niche between the scientific and the popular press by disseminating reliable information…. the U.S. Section of the ICBP deserves applause.”—The Condor
“A valuable addition to the literature for professional and amateur alike, enabling us to keep up with developments in this very important field.”—The Redstart
Jerome A. Jackson is professor of biology and former Whitaker Eminent Scholar in Science at Florida Gulf Coast University. He is author and editor of more than 220 publications in scientific journals and fifteen books, including In Search of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker.
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LC: 84-641048 QL
186 pp. 6 x 9
16 tables, 12 figs.
Paper $12.95 s
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