Citizens, science and bird conservation

@article{Greenwood2007CitizensSA,
  title={Citizens, science and bird conservation},
  author={Jeremy J. D. Greenwood},
  journal={Journal of Ornithology},
  year={2007},
  volume={148},
  pages={77-124}
}
Collaborative research by networks of amateurs has had a major role in ornithology and conservation science and will continue to do so. It has been important in establishing the facts of migration, systematically recording distribution, providing insights into habitat requirements and recording variation in numbers, productivity and survival, thus allowing detailed demographic analyses. The availability of these data has allowed conservation work to be focussed on priority species, habitats and… CONTINUE READING

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