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Conservation Strategy for South-East Asian Songbirds in Trade

Document (PDF: 3MB) by Jessica G.H. Lee, Serene C.L. Chng and James A. Eaton (2016). Wildlife Reserves Singapore/TRAFFIC. ISBN: 978-983-3393-72-5. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS), TRAFFIC, and Cikanangam Wildlife Center, along with other local and international stakeholders, joined forces to convene the first Asian Songbird Trade Crisis Summit, hosted by WRS in September 2015 at the Jurong Bird Park, Singapore, aiming to reduce the threat from trade to, and ensure the survival of, songbird taxa in the Greater Sunda region.