Friday, January 22, 2010

CORNCRAKE NUMBERS DIP FOR THE SECOND YEAR RUNNING

Scotland's rare Corncrake population has suffered a modest but significant decline for the second consecutive year. Although far from returning to its plight in the 1980s, when the species was at risk of national extinction, recent declines do raise some concerns about the future of this important bird found in farmland meadows and crofts.

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1 comment:

被リンク said...

Oh, another kind of animal may face the extinction problem.

But luckily, now is not too late to protect it.