Key bird species of Marojejy Strict Nature Reserve, Madagascar

@article{Evans1992KeyBS,
  title={Key bird species of Marojejy Strict Nature Reserve, Madagascar},
  author={M. I. Evans and J. Duckworth and A. F. Hawkins and R. Safford and B. Sheldon and R. Wilkinson},
  journal={Bird Conservation International},
  year={1992},
  volume={2},
  pages={201-220}
}
  • M. I. Evans, J. Duckworth, +3 authors R. Wilkinson
  • Published 1992
  • Biology
  • Bird Conservation International
  • From mid-August to late October 1988, Marojejy Strict Nature Reserve, in the northern part of Madagascar's rainforest, was surveyed for birds. The reserve extends from 75 to 2,133 m altitude and the 60,150 ha comprise an almost intact series of altitudinal forest zones. Observations were made in all forest zones and at all altitudes of the reserve and the total of 104 species found included almost all Madagascan rainforest birds, making Marojejy one of the most important sites for bird… CONTINUE READING
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