Peregrine Falcon populations
Status and perspectives in the 21st century
Edited by Janusz Sielicki and Tadeusz Mizera
“Peregrine Falcon populations - status and perspectives in the 21st century” is the most up-to date compendium on the status and conservation of Peregrine Falcons, mainly in Europe.
This book is the biggest collection of papers related to Peregrine studies in Europe.
In addition to European presentations it also includes large collection of papers from countries in other continents. Furthermore, this book also includes papers on Saker Falcons, comparing the species with the Peregrine and studies from their central European stronghold.
The book is based on papers presented at the 2nd International Peregrine Conference Poland 2007, held from 19th till 23rd September 2007 in Piotrowo near Poznań, Poland.
There are papers on Peregrine populations in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Russia (European and Asiatic part), Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Austria, United Kingdom.
In addition to European presentations it also includes papers from countries in other continents - United States, Australia, South Africa, Israel, Malaysia, India, Argentina.
A short prefaces are provided by Prof. Ian Newton, Prof. Tom J. Cade and Prof. Clayton M. White.
11 chapters, 62 papers, 800 pages, more than 60 tables, 400 colour photographs and figures, hardcover with book-jacket.
More info at www.falco.strefa.pl
Cover photos by René-Jean Monneret and Terry R. Pickford
Published by Turul, Warsaw and University of Life Sciences, Poznań
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