Category Archives: Education

Nest site selection of the Great Bustard (Otis t. tarda) in Körös-Maros National Park, Eastern Hungary

Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 by Paul

As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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Diet composition of a declining steppe bird the Little Bustard (Tetrax tetrax) in relation to farming practices

Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 by Paul

As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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Wildlife dept restricts Qataris from hunting Houbara Bustard in Tharparkar

Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 by Paul

As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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For wild houbaras, friends flying in from Abu Dhabi

Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 by Paul

As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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What’s India’s most endangered species?

Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 by Paul

As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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Significant improvements to chick rearing facilities at GBG project centre

Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 by Paul

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As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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Bustard Breakthrough

Posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2016 by Paul

As the harvests come in the older birds have suddenly become much more visible. Great Bustards do thrive in areas where there is little or even no grassland, however grazed grassland does provide a shorter sward than arable areas during the summer months, and this is perhaps when grassland is most likely to be used […]

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