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The Great Bustard: past, present and future of a globally threatened species

AutorAlonso, Juan Carlos
Palabras claveConservation
Great Bustard
Demographic trend
World status
Fecha de publicación28-feb-2015
EditorWalter de Gruyter
CitaciónOrnis Hungarica 22(2): 1-13 (2015)
ResumenGreat Bustards are still vulnerable to agricultural intensification, power line collision, and other human-induced landscape changes. Their world population is estimated to be between 44,000 and 57,000 individuals, showing a stable demographic trend at present in the Iberian peninsula, its main stronghold, but uncertain trends in Russia and China, and alarming declines in Iran and Morocco, where it will go extinct if urgent protection measures are not taken immediately. Our knowledge of the behaviour and ecology of this species has increased considerably over the last three decades, allowing us to control the major threats and secure its conservation in an appropriately managed cereal farmland. This species became ‘The Bird of the Year’ in Hungary in 2014.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.2478/orhu-2014-0014
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