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The little auk population of the Thule district in Greenland is generally believed to be the largest anywhere and to comprise more than half of the world population, although published numbers have largely been conjectural. In 1996/1997 we estimated breeding density of little auks at Hakluyt Island in this district by colour-marking a number of birds in(More)
Large population declines were reported for the thick-billed murre (Uria lomvia) in Greenland for the period 1930s–1980s, but no national status has been published for the past 20 years. Meanwhile, the murres have gained more protection and several human-induced mortality factors have been markedly reduced. Here, we give an updated status based on the past(More)
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