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Rockhopper penguin conservation

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  • bobconrich
    Rockhopper penguin populations are in serious decline worldwide, and the causes have been largely unknown. BirdLife is launching a new report which identifies
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 13, 2010
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      Rockhopper penguin populations are in serious decline worldwide, and the causes have been largely unknown. BirdLife is launching a new report which identifies the key threats, and outlines the steps which must be taken to help save them.

      International action is called for so that the actual and potential impacts of these factors can be properly researched and addressed. Regional priorities for action are outlined for Tristan da Cunha, the Patagonian and Pacific Ocean regions and Chile. These include population counts, research on survival, breeding, and diet and potential interaction with priority threats in the marine environment such as pollution, fisheries, shifts in nature and location of resources.

      A Plan for Research and Conservation Action to Investigate and Address Population Changes can be downloaded from here (.pdf, 1.63 MB):

      http://www.birdlife.org/news/news/2010/03/rockhopper_report.html
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