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THE STATUS OF THE COMMON CRANE ( GRUS GRUS ) IN EUROPE - BREEDING, RESTING,MIGRATION, WINTERING, AND PROTECTION

@inproceedings{Prange2005THESO,
  title={THE STATUS OF THE COMMON CRANE ( GRUS GRUS ) IN EUROPE - BREEDING, RESTING,MIGRATION, WINTERING, AND PROTECTION},
  author={Hartwig Prange},
  year={2005}
}
  • Hartwig Prange
  • Published 2005
  • Geography
  • At present, about 160,000 and 100,000 cranes are migrating on the West-European and on the Baltic-Hungarian routes, respectively, from the northern, middle, and northeastern parts of Europe. On both routes, the resting maxima, simultaneously determined since the 1980’s, has increased three-fold. This increase in migratory cranes is the result of shorter migration routes with higher return rates, a growing passage from the northwestern part of Russia beginning in the 1990’s, and a protected… CONTINUE READING
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