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Cornish coastline plan offers new haven for rare seabirds

03.12.2017
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Terns, spoonbills and visiting hoopoes will be given protectionLittle terns and black-throated divers are among the seabirds that have been given greater protection after a stretch of coastline in Cornwall was awarded special status to safeguard its wildlife. The newly designated marine special protected area (SPA), which stretches for 24 miles between Falmouth Bay and St Austell Bay, is home to more than 150,000 rare seabirds.Great northern divers and Eurasian spoonbills are also visitors along with sandwich terns and common terns. All are amber-listed by conservation groups because they have suffered significant losses of numbers and range in the recent past. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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