T&AD Poyser 2005
Hardback 352pp Illustrated
9780713670066   Product Code: 20229
After habitat loss, the impact of naturalised exotics is the single most important cause of extinction in native species throughout the world. In this book, updated from the first edition in 1987, Christopher Lever describes when, where, how and by whom the world's naturalised birds were introduced to places outside their natural range, and discusses the economic and ecological impacts each has had in its naturalised regions.