South Australia has proclaimed a new 1058-hectare conservation park at the eastern end of Hindmarsh Island, within an area of wetlands that support a large number of threatened fish and water bird
Ali (2007) reported 25 water bird
species whereas Azam et al.
The Annual bird census 2008 carried out by the park authorities found that 79 types of water bird
species thronged the park this year.
Populations of internationally important water bird
species in the UK have been getting smaller.
The 2,700-acre wetland area, with 153 water bird
species, is the largest salt marsh estuary in Southern California from Point Conception to San Diego.
The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) today announced a new partnership with the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM), aiming at adopting sustainable water bird
hunting management to protect wetland resources in Africas Sahel region which are crucial for food security and economic development.
Tenders are invited for construction of water bird
For more than eight years, Ray Lowden has been fascinating wildlife enthusiasts at the Kielder Water bird
of prey centre at Kielder Reservoir, Northumberland.
Lyon noted the return of black skimmers, a large water bird
, to Ventura County over the past several years, and, she said, the red-breasted nuthatch, a songbird, is returning in large numbers this year.
The Columbia River Avian Predation Project plans to conduct multiple aerial surveys to document, count, and photograph colonial nesting water bird
Hopper, the male wallaby, only arrived at the Kielder Water Bird
of Prey Centre seven weeks ago, but he's proving so popular he's already strengthening the squad.
Peter Cranswick, head of water bird
monitoring for the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust said: ``Further work is necessary to understand the status of some species, not least the common scoter , a species for which Wales is vitally important, particularly in the face of emerging dangers.