Throughout the world it is now generally realized that pressure is increasing on the rural environment from factors such as pollution, agriculture, and urbanization. Many countryside habitats that were formerly widespread are now becoming scarce, as widely recognized by conservation organizations such as the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the British Trust for Nature Conservation. These voluntary organizations, in addition to government agencies, reflect an international consensus that it is necessary to maintain and enhance habitats for scientific, aesthetic, genetic, and cultural reasons.
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- Habitat Conservation
Robert G. H. Bunce
- Springer New York