Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida, 2009.
Hardcover. 11 3/8" X 8 5/8". xxi + 353 pp., including 78 tables, 51 maps, 44 black-and-white plates, 8 text figures. Blue cloth over boards with upper board and spine lettered in silver, with seabird stamped in silver to upper board. Mild edgewear to binding, else fine, firm and sound. Very occasional pencilled marks to pages. An attractive and solid copy of this extensive study of the decline of breeding seabirds of the Caribbean, with a chapter devoted to each of the Caribbean nations, demonstrating "the pervasive nature of the population declines of seabirds and the widespread disappearance of their breeding sites; the loss of critical inshore feeding habitat through destruction and pollution; and the increasing threats to offshore habitats and species" (Foreword). Good +. Item #3404