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Evidence of continuing worldwide declines in bird populations: insights from an international conference in New ZealandAuthor(s): B.R. Noon; K. Young
Source: Conservation Biology 5:141-143
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationNoon, B.R.; Young, K. 1991. Evidence of continuing worldwide declines in bird populations: insights from an international conference in New Zealand. Conservation Biology 5:141-143
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