Action plan for the Great Bustard (Otis tarda) in Europe, 1996
The Great Bustard Otis tarda is a globally threatened species listed as Vulnerable by Collar et al. (1994). In Europe it is present in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Moldova, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, and Yugoslavia. The European population is estimated to be between 23,790 and 30,483 individuals (data gathered at the 1994 workshop) but there has been a rapid decline in much of central and eastern Europe. Its habitat is intensively used agricultural land and mixed extensive agricultural and pasture/fallow land. Conservation measures must focus on active habitat management and on the maintenance of large areas of non-intensive farming systems.
Deadline for the proposals – June 15, 2019
Deadline the proposals – June 15, 2019
International scientific-applied conference «Nature Conservation: achievements, challenges and prospects»
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