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Important Bird Areas in Asia: Key Sites for ConservationIBIS, the Journal of the British Ornithologists’ Union have reviewed Important Bird Areas in Asia: Key Sites for Conservation

The fruit of 8 years’ data gathering by its Asian Partnership, and customary work at Wellbrook Court, this is the latest IBA compendium to roll off BirdLife’s production line. Packing 28 territories/countries and a quarter of the world’s avifauna into less than 300 pages (barring the prelims) makes for a densely factual read, but this and sister volumes have passed through the hands of designers who know exactly what they are about with a document destined to attract and be used. It shouldn’t fail.

Read the full review in IBIS: the International Journal of Avian Science.

Botanists See Red! Reviews of The Vascular Plant Red Data List for Great Britain – Species Status No 7

“The warm glow of the corn buttercup and the scarlet dazzle of the prickly poppy, which have illuminated the British countryside since Roman times, could be in danger of fading for ever”- Guardian

The Vascular Plant Red Data List for Great Britain – Species Status No 7 has been widely reviewed in print and broadcast media. It’s nice to wake up and hear BBC Radio 4 talking about a title we distribute!

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