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Der Kormoran Schutz fur einen Fischrauber?

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By: Redaktion Der Falke(Editor)
40 pages, col photos
Der Kormoran
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  • Der Kormoran ISBN: 9783891047361 Paperback Jan 2010 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: German

No other bird causes such contrasting emotions as the cormorant, who was elected as "Bird of the Year 2010". This somewhat controversial decision has results in incomprehension in many places. So what is wrong in accusing this bird that is not only held responsible for economic losses in breeding ponds due its large numbers, but will also threatens rare wild fish species? This special issue of the journal Der Falke bring facts into the discussion.

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Kein Vogel verursacht so gegensätzliche Emotionen wie der Kormoran, der zum „Vogel des Jahres 2010“ gewählt wurde. Diese nicht ganz unumstrittene Entscheidung stößt vielerorts auf Unverständnis. Was ist aber dran, an dem Vorwurf gegen den Fischräuber, der durch massenhafte Vermehrung nicht nur für wirtschaftliche Schäden in Zuchtteichen verantwortlich gemacht wird, sondern auch seltene frei lebende Fischarten in ihrem Bestand gefährden soll? Dieser Sonderband der Zeitschrift Der Falke bringt Fakten in die Diskussion.

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By: Redaktion Der Falke(Editor)
40 pages, col photos
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