IBA Monitoring Reports

Regional Monitoring Reports


Africa

Status and trends of biodiversity in Africa’s protected areas (2001–2010): a contribution to reducing biodiversity loss.

National Monitoring Reports


A

Australia

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B

Botswana

Burundi

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C

Czech Republic

  • Hora, J., Brinke, T., Vojtěchovská, E., Hanzal, V., and Kučera, Z. (eds.) (2010) Monitoring druhů přílohy I směrnice o ptácích a ptačích oblastí v letech 2005-2007 [Monitoring species of Annex I of the Birds Directive and special protection areas in 2005-2007]. Prague: Czech Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection (AOPK ČR). [In Czech with English summary]

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D

Denmark

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F

Fiji

Finland

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J

Japan

  • Wild Bird Society of Japan (2015) IBA 白書 2015 [Important Bird Areas in Japan 2015]. Tokyo: Wild Bird Society of Japan. [In Japanese]
  • Wild Bird Society of Japan (2010) IBA 白書 2010 [Important Bird Areas in Japan 2010]. Tokyo: Wild Bird Society of Japan. [In Japanese]
  • Wild Bird Society of Japan (2007) IBA 白書 2007 [Important Bird Areas in Japan 2007]. Tokyo: Wild Bird Society of Japan. [In Japanese]
  • Wild Bird Society of Japan (2005) IBA 白書 2005 [Important Bird Areas in Japan 2005]. Tokyo: Wild Bird Society of Japan. [In Japanese]

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K

Kenya

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L

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S

South Africa

Switzerland

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U

Uganda

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Z

Zambia

  • Likando, K., Nyoni, M. and Ngwenyama, D. (2010) 2009 IBA Status and Trends Report, Zambia. Lusaka: Zambian Ornithological Society.
  • Roxburgh, L., Bingham, M., Ngwenyama, D. and Lilanda, P. (2008) Current status report for North Swaka ZM015 Important Bird Area. Lusaka: Zambian Ornithological Society.

Zimbabwe

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