European Committee for the Prevention of Mass Destruction of Migratory Birds
Comité européen pour la prévention du massacre des oiseaux migrateurs
1976, by BirdLife International. Dissolved 1991. Activities continued under the auspices of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (UK) and ICBP.Available with paid subscription only.
The Committee meets twice yearly to discuss the allocation of available funds and to steer the programme, aimed at combatting the problems facing migratory birds in the Mediterranean region. Initially the programme was concentrated on the western Palearctic-African flyway, but a new programme covers similar conservation efforts in the eastern Palearctic-Australian system as well as the American system.
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- Evolution and Species
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