Tag: Acrocephalus paludicola

Modelling the winter distributionof the Aquatic Warbler Acrocephalus paludicola

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 7 abstract The conservation of migratory bird species poses special problems associated with their annualmovements which often span continents, because species survival is dependent on the conservationof not only breeding grounds, but also stop-over sites and wintering grounds BRUNO A. WALTHER et al, Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen Download […]

Offspring sex ratio variation in relation to brood sizeand mortality in a promiscuous species: the AquaticWarblerAcrocephalus paludicola

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 15 abstract We analyse nestling sex ratio variation in the Aquatic WarblerAcrocephalus paludicolato testfor predictions from sex allocation theory that the brood sex ratio is close to parity. We alsotested Fiala’s (1980) prediction that there is no difference in sex ratio between broodsaffected and not affected by mortality, and […]

Identifying autumn migration routes for the globallythreatened Aquatic WarblerAcrocephalus paludicola

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 3 abstract The migration strategy of the globally threatened Aquatic WarblerAcrocephalus paludicolaneeds to be known to ensure that effective action is taken to conserve its principal stopoversites. R. JULLIARD et al, Ibis(2006), 148, 735-743 Download article download full text (pdf)

Die aktuelle Situation des SeggenrohrsangersAcrocephalus paludicola in Deutschland

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 12 abstract During the 20th century the Aquatic Warbler lost nearly all its breeding sites in Germanydue to drainage of fen mires, land reclamation and intensified agriculture. ANGELA HELMECKE et al, Ber. Vogelschutz 40 (2003): 81-89 Download article download full text (pdf)

Changing nesting dates and nest placement as adaptations ofAquatic Warbler Acrocephalus paludicola to unstable nestingconditions on fen mires in Belarus

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 10 abstract Between 1998 and 2005, several studies were undertaken into breeding phenology and nestplacement of the Aquatic Warbler on the three largest fen mires in Belarus (Dikoe, Sporovoand Zvanets) Lyubov Vergeichik & Alexander Kozulin, VOGELWELT 127: 145 – 155 (2006) Download article download full text (pdf)

Factors affecting fluctuations of the Aquatic Warbler Acrocephaluspaludicola population of Byelarussian mires

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 6 abstract Data on the density of Aquatic Warbler and plant associations in the marshes of the Sporovskiy reserve(Byelarus’) were collected between 1996 and 2003. The species density changed between years from 135 to even 0males per km

Monitoring Aquatic Warbler Acrocephaluspaludicola in Poland

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 1 abstract As a globally threatened species, the Aquatic Warbler requires a monitoring programme forpopulation trends to be tracked. Such a programme should consider the timing of censuses toachieve precise assessments of the number of the singing males within the limited singing period.We compare results of whole-population counts conducted […]

The African migration and winteringgrounds of the Aquatic WarblerAcrocephalus paludicola

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 2 abstract There is a clear need for protection of the migration and wintering grounds of the GloballyThreatened Aquatic Warbler Acrocephalus paludicola, but little is known about them andthe threats they face. To narrow this gap, a desk study was performed between May 1998 andOctober 2004. Information on known […]

Using stable isotopes to investigate migratory connectivityof the globally threatened aquatic warbler Acrocephaluspaludicola

Aquatic Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola) Science Article 14 abstract Understanding the links between breeding andwintering areas of migratory species has importantecological and conservation implications. Recently, stableisotope technology has been used to further our understanding. Deborah J. Pain et al, Oecologia (2004) 138: 168-174 Download article download full text (pdf)