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[Book review] The Kirtland's Warbler: The Story of a Bird's Fight against extinction and the People Who Saved ItAuthor(s): Deahn M. Donner
Source: The Auk. 130(2): 393-394.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe population recovery of Kirtland's Warbler (Setophaga kirtlandii) is one of the most fascinating success stories of an endangered species in the past 60 years. As the author states, the story transcends the bird and its environment. By including the human dimension of recovery efforts, this book keeps the reader involved throughout what ends up being a catalogue of management and research accomplishments. Of particular interest are the personal descriptions of many key individuals that bring the story to life.
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CitationDonner, Deahn M. 2013. The Kirtland’s Warbler: The Story of a Bird's Fight against extinction and the People Who Saved It [book review]. The Auk 130(2): 393-394.
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