Important Bird Areas in Europe: Southern Europe
M. I. Evans, Melanie F. Heath, BirdLife International
Birdlife International, Jan 1, 2000 - Birds - 791 pages
Volume 2 covers: Albania, Andora, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, andHerzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, France, Georgia,Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova,Portugal, Azores, Madeira, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey,Ukraine, Yugoslavia.
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Data collection 439 Moldova
Identifying Important Bird Areas 481 Romania
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