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Record #141547:

Hröfnum faekkar í THingeyjarsýslum / María Hardhardóttir, Ólafur K. Nielsen.

Title: Hröfnum faekkar í THingeyjarsýslum / María Hardhardóttir, Ólafur K. Nielsen.
Translated title: Ravens decrease in THingeyjarsýslur.
Author(s): Hardhardóttir, María.
Nielsen, Ólafur K.
Date: 1996.
Language: Icelandic.
In: Náttúrufraedingurinn. (1996.), Vol. 64(3) (1996)
Abstract: Corvus corax breeds over much of Iceland and is seen as pest. Polulation in mid-1980s was 13 000 birds in autumn. Since 1995, 6000 - 7000 have been registered as killed annually. Article reports monitoring in NE Iceland from 1981-1998, 5327 km². 141 nesting territories are known. Data shows that kill has been greater than young production. No studies have been made on whether hunt has benefited water fowl population.
Notes:

Náttúrufraedingurinn. Vol. 64(3) :147-154 (1996).

English summary p.153, English captions.

Keywords: 598.816 -- Corvidae: Corvus corax.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*35) -- Iceland.
SPRI record no.: 141547

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