Beyond prime areas of nature protection in East Africa: conservation ecology of a narrowly distributed Kenyan endemic bird species

@article{Habel2015BeyondPA,
  title={Beyond prime areas of nature protection in East Africa: conservation ecology of a narrowly distributed Kenyan endemic bird species},
  author={J. Habel and Mike Teucher and Sandra Pschonny and S. Rost and C. Fischer},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={3071-3082}
}
  • J. Habel, Mike Teucher, +2 authors C. Fischer
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • Biodiversity and Conservation
  • Conflicts between human needs and nature conservation are exceptionally pronounced along rivers in tropical Kenya, where riparian ecosystems create important retreats for many endangered species, but also provide important ecosystem services for the local human population. This situation has led to a landscape mosaic consisting of dense thickets and agricultural plots. We assessed the occurrence of the Kenyan endemic riparian bird species Hindes´ Babbler Turdoides hindei along three rivers in… CONTINUE READING
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