British Wildlife 14.1 October 2002

The UK network of Special Protection Areas for birds

Through most of the 20th century, a major focus for UK bird conservation was the establishment of protected areas, or nature reserves, in the face of threats of habitat loss and change and, at least initially, in response to threats posed by collectors of eggs and specimens for taxidemy (Massingham 1924).

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