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Books

Ian Sinclair and Olivier Langrand
Birds of the Indian Ocean Islands
Paperback - 176 pages (July 1999)
New Holland/Struik; ISBN: 1868720357

 


Nigel Wheatley
Where to Watch Birds in Africa
Princeton University Press
Paperback - 15 September, 2000

 


Peter Harrison
Seabirds of the World
pub. 1983 Christopher Helm ISBN 0 7136 3510 X


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David R. Given
Principles and Practice of Plant Conservation
292 pp, 16 b/w photos, 4 tables, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8", hardcover
January 1995, ISBN: 0-88192-249-8 $39.95

James F. Clements. Birds of the World. A Check List -

Oliver Langrand. Guide to the Birds of Madagascar. -

Claude Michel
Birds of Mauritius

France Staub
Fauna of Mauritius and Associated Flora

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Articles

Babbington Report
Foreign Birdwatching Reports & Information Service 12/94

Vermeulen Report
Foreign Birdwatching Reports & Information Service 11/95

Carter, S.P. and Bright, P.W. (in press).
Habitat refuges as alternatives to predator control for the conservation of endangered Mauritian birds.
In: Veitch, C.R.; Clout, M.N. (eds)
Turning the tide: the eradication of invasive species. Invasive Species Specialist Group of the World Conservation Union (IUCN), Aukland. Cheke, A.S. 1987.

An ecological history of the Mascarene Islands, with particular reference to extinctions and introductions of land vertebrates. In Studies of Mascarene Island birds.
A.W. Diamond, editor.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 5-89.

Goldingay, R.L. and R.J. Whelan. 1997.
Powerline easements: do they promote edge effects in eucalypt forest for small mammals.
Wildlife Research. 24:737-744.

Page, W. and G. D'Argent. 1997. A vegetation survey of Mauritius to identify priority rainforest areas for conservation management.
Mauritius Wildlife Foundation/IUCN.

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Safford, RJ.
The annual cycle and breeding behaviour of the Mauritius Fody, Foudia rubra.
Ostrich, 68, 58-67.

Safford RJ.
Nesting success of the Mauritius Fody Foudia rubra in relation to its use of exotic trees as nest sites.
Ibis, 139, 555-559.

Safford, RJ. The destruction of source and sink habitats in the decline of the Mauritius Fody, Foudia rubra, an island-endemic bird.
Biodiversity and Conservation, 6, 513-527.

Safford, RJ. A survey of the occurrence of native vegetation remnants on Mauritius in 1993.
Biological Conservation, 80,181-188 and 84, 197.

Safford, RJ. Distribution studies on the forest-living native passerines of Mauritius.
Biological Conservation, 80, 189-198.

Safford RJ and Jones CG.
Did organochlorine pesticide use cause declines in Mauritian forest birds?
Biodiversity and Conservation, 6, 1445-1451.

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Safford, R. J. (1991) Status and ecology of the Mauritius Fody Foudia rubra and Mauritius Olive White-eye Zosterops chloronothos: two Mauritian passerines in danger.
Dodo 27: 113-138.

Safford, R. J. (1992)
Status in 1991 of the smaller native landbirds of Mauritius and Rodrigues.
Newsletter of the Working Group on Birds in the Madagascar Region 2: 1-4.

Safford, R. J. (in prep.)
Populations, distribution and status of the native passerines of Mauritius.

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