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Title: Audit of priority species of rivers and wetlands : kingfisher Alcedo atthis in South Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
Author: Graham C.M. Roberts
Document Type: Monograph
The following report has been commissioned by the Environment Agency (Southern Region).It has been prepared on behalf of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and is one of seven audits covering species of rivers and wetlands that are considered to be a priority for conservation action by the Environment Agency and its partners. The species covered by the audits are: Wetland and river molluscs (Anisus vorticullus, Pisidium tenuilineatum, Pseudanodonta complanata, Segmentina nitida, Vertigo moulinsiana); Fresh water Cray-fish; Southern Damselfly; Marsh Fritillary; Black Bog Ant; Birds of rivers and reedbeds (Kingfisher, Bittern); Water Vole.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1998
Publication Place: Winchester
Subject Keywords: ; Endangered speciesBirdsNature conservationRiversGeographical distributionWildlife management
Geographic Keywords: HampshireIsle of Wight
Extent: n.p. [16]
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