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Neotropical birds

ecology and conservation
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University of Chicago Press , Chicago
Birds -- Latin America., Birds -- Habitat -- Latin America., Birds -- Ecology -- Latin America., Birds -- Conservation -- Latin America., Birds -- Ecology -- Latin America -- Databases., Birds -- Latin America -- Geographical distribution -- Datab

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StatementDouglas F. Stotz ... [et al.] ; with ecological and distributional databases by Theodore A. Parker III, Douglas F. Stotz, John W. Fitzpatrick.
ContributionsStotz, Douglas F. 1956-, Conservation International., Field Museum of Natural History.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL685.7 .N46 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 478 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL795717M
ISBN 100226776298, 0226776301
LC Control Number95031571

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Douglas F. Stotz is an ornithologist in the Keller Science Action Center of the Field Museum. Corine Vriesendorp and William S. Alverson are conservation ecologists and botanists and Debra K. Moskovits is senior vice president of Environment, Culture, and Conservation at the Field Museum, Chicago.

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