Research and conservation of the larger parrots of Africa and Madagascar: a review of knowledge gaps and opportunities

@article{Martin2014ResearchAC,
  title={Research and conservation of the larger parrots of Africa and Madagascar: a review of knowledge gaps and opportunities},
  author={Rowan O. Martin and M. Perrin and R. S. Boyes and Y. D. Abebe and Nathaniel N. D. Annorbah and A. Asamoah and Dieudonn{\'e} Bizimana and K. S. Bobo and N. Bunbury and J. Brouwer and M. S. Diop and Mihret Ewnetu and R. Fotso and J. Garteh and P. Hall and Lars H Holbech and I. Madindou and F. Maisels and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Mokoko and R. Mulwa and A. Reuleaux and C. Symes and S. Tamungang and Stuart. Taylor and S. Valle and M. Waltert and M. Wondafrash},
  journal={Ostrich},
  year={2014},
  volume={85},
  pages={205 - 233}
}
Parrot populations in Africa and Madagascar are declining and the need for conservation actions to address threats is increasingly recognised. Effective conservation requires a robust knowledge base on which decisions over appropriate actions can be made, yet at present there is no current and readily accessible synthesis of the status of populations, the threats they face and knowledge gaps. Here we begin to address this shortfall for the larger species in the region belonging to the genera… Expand
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