GREAT BUSTARD RESTOCKING IN EURASIA

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI
Written by Cristina GARLEA1, Marcel Th. PARASCHIVESCU1, Florin RADU2

The significant risk of biodiversity loss in Eurasia there is the habitat fragmentation of great bustard (otis tarda). This reduces the flow of individuals between populations. The great bustard is a globally endangered species that has recently suffered dramatic declines due to agriculture intensification as well as other antropical actions. The paper presents a comparative inventory of the population in the sites from Spain up to China. There are presented the threats and the necessary conservation measure for prevention of the extinction of the species, based on the integration of our large data series obtained during the last two decades in the world. The data collection includes informations referring to individual behavior and population dynamics (mating system, dispersal capability, migratory behavior, annual recruitment, mortality, and longevity), habitat availability (carrying capacity, satellite imagery) and genetic structure of the population. The paper also presents the Romanian approach of the great bustard restocking by the development of national center in National Park Comana, using the site of a former tank polygon Mihai Bravu, Giurgiu County. These research works are conducted in the Program of scientific cooperation with Moldavia Republic, in the theme Eco-economics research regarding compared restoration in Romania and Moldavia Republic.

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GARLEA C., PARASCHIVESCU M. T., RADU F. 2013 GREAT BUSTARD RESTOCKING IN EURASIA. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5750, 203-208.


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