Using case studies of 16 species, the authors explore relationships between bird populations and agricultural land management.
Table of Contents
Introduction: birds and agriculture in Britain; 1. The history of agriculture in Britain; Part I. The Habitats and Their Birds: 2. The field; 3. The field boundary; 4. Semi-natural heathlands and grasslands; Part II. Trends and Patterns: 5. Bird population trends; 6. Patterns of association between agricultural change and wildlife populations; Part III. The Effects of Agricultural Change on Birds: 7. Large-scale studies of abundance, distribution and demograph; 8. Species case studies; 9. Studies of changing agricultural practice; 10. What future for birds and agriculture in Britain?
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