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Throughout most of Europe, farmland birds have declined as a result of simplification of. .Ecology and Conservation of Lowland Farmland Birds. British Ornithologists’ Union, Tring, .
Throughout most of Europe, farmland birds have declined as a result of simplification of farming systems and increased use of external inputs (Tucker & Heath 1994, Fuller 2000). 43% of bird species associated with arable habitats now have an unfavourable conservation status (Tucker 1999). Borralho et al. (1999) indicate that a Zonal Programme introduced under an earlier regulation (2078/92) has successfully contributed to bird conservation in the Portuguese study area. Hill, D. & P. Robertson. The Pheasant: Ecology, Management and Conservation.
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Conservation of farmland birds can thus be considered a multi-objective .
Conservation of farmland birds can thus be considered a multi-objective optimization problem. The recent declines of farmland bird populations in Britain: an appraisal of causal factors and conservation actions. Ibis 146: 579-600 Ostrom, . Burger, . Field, . amp; Policansky, . 1999. Designing lowland landscapes for farmland birds: scenario testing with GIS. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 29: 275-296 Tittonell, . van Wijk, .
Indeed, Donald et a. The ecology and conservation of seed-eating birds on farmland. Distribution and abundance of birds and their habitats within the lowland farmland of Britain in winter: Capsule Farmland bird species occurred at low densities an. y Simon Gillings.
Indeed, Donald et al. (2001) even found seeds to be relatively unimportant in determining distribution of Sky Larks. Yellowhammers and Corn Buntings are reputed to forage almost exclusively on cereal grain (Snow & Perrins 1998) but, as these results show, this is not strictly the case. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of East Anglia Distribution and abundance of birds and their habitats within the lowland farmland of Britain in winter: Capsule Farmland bird species occurred at low densities an. The effectiveness of land-based schemes (incl.
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In the lowland farmland the following eight species were more common that in.Lowlands are regarded as the land below 1700 m . Systematics and nomenclature of bird species follow Hockey et al. (2005).
In the lowland farmland the following eight species were more common that in the foothill farmlands, while in foothill farmland 10 species were more numerous than in lowland farmland. while foothills are between 1700 and 2200 m . Table 2. Parameters and indices characterizing breeding bird community in the lowland and foothill farmlands in Lesotho.