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Richard Noble

Research Associate (HIFI)


Can management of freshwater fish populations be used to protect and enhance the conservation status of a rare, fish-eating bird, the bittern, Botaurus stellaris, in the UK? (2004)
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Noble, R. A. A., Harvey, J., & Cowx, I. (2004). Can management of freshwater fish populations be used to protect and enhance the conservation status of a rare, fish-eating bird, the bittern, Botaurus stellaris, in the UK?. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 11(3-4), 291-302. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2400.2004.00391.x

The bittern, Botaurus stellaris (L.), is a Red Data list species in the UK with currently approximately 30 breeding males restricted to a few wet reedbeds, the majority of which are located in the East Anglian region of England. Although having a div... Read More about Can management of freshwater fish populations be used to protect and enhance the conservation status of a rare, fish-eating bird, the bittern, Botaurus stellaris, in the UK?.

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