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|Title:||The birds of tetepare island, Solomon Islands|
|Citation:||Australian Field Ornithology, 2013; 30(2):67-78|
|John L. Read|
|Abstract:||Tetepare Island, in the Western Province of the Solomon Islands, hosts a significant avifauna of 80 species, including several species of conservation concern and evolutionary interest. The high abundance of fruit-eating pigeons on Tetepare is an indicator of the ecological values of this large uninhabited and unlogged island. Establishment of a field research station and ecolodge supported by trained local guides makes Tetepare a significant location for observing and researching Melanesian birds. Detection rates for birds from different locations on Tetepare are provided.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Earth and Environmental Sciences publications|
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