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dikkop

cardiac form of african horse sickness.
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There are only two islands in the country where you can find the Beach Stone Curlew, one in Sta.
The bodies of eight stone curlews, a threatened species which migrates from wintering grounds in Africa and Spain in the spring, have been found in fields in Wiltshire, Norfolk and Suffolk in the past few days.
After all, as this report shows, when we know what to do, and there are funds to do it, we can improve the fortunes of birds such as stone curlew and woodlark.
Steppic birds affected by the Catalonian project include Bonelli's Eagle, the Stone Curlew, the Black-bellied Sandgrouse, the Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, the Dupont's Lark and the Lesser Grey Shrike.
The stone curlew, song thrush, cirl bunting, corncrake, capercaillie, bittern and tree sparrow are prominent among a group of ``red list'' birds whose populations have increased over the past 10 years.
Among the rarest birds we saw were the stone curlew and the great grey shrike.
It carries the hopes of dozens of pressure groups desperate for action to protect wildlife including the red squirrel, harbour porpoise, brown hare, dormouse, water vole, skylark, stone curlew and song thrush.
It provides a stopover habitat for many species of transcontinental migrant birds, including 16 species of birds of prey, the bee-eater, golden oriole, stone curlew and moustached warbler.
The first area includes birds such as the Houbara bustard, the long-tailed glossy starling, the long-tailed purple starling, the peach-faced lovebird, the crested lark, the stone curlew, and the spotted thick-knee.
Research shows that agri-environment schemes have helped reverse dwindling populations of bird species, such as corncake, stone curlew and cirl bunting.
The vagrant list is astounding, with recent firsts including great stone curlew, Asian paradise flycatcher, black-naped oriole, Radde's accentor and even white-rumped sandpiper.
Mycoplasma gypis could also be isolated from tissue samples (liver, oviduct, syrinx) of 1 dead stone curlew.