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Canna seabird studies 2001 2002

Marine JNCC Publications Seabird Surveys 0963-8091 Birds Birds of particular localities Evidence JNCC report series Marine Marine Habitats Monitoring Seabirds Surveillance and Monitoring 327

Abstract

This report covers seabird monitoring work on Canna during 2001. Three visits were made to Canna during 2001 to count and ring seabirds, monitor breeding success and collect food samples. Timing of the breeding season was slightly earlier than average for European shags and later than average for auks. Counts showed small declines, compared with 2000, for black-legged kittiwakes and slight increases for European shags. Major declines affecting Northern fulmars, herring gulls and razorbills continued in 2001, whereas common guillemots continued to increase, reaching a new peak count. Breeding success was exceptionally low for European shags, herring gulls and great black-backed gulls, in which mass failures occurred. Breeding success of black-legged kittiwakes was average and Northern fulmars above average.

Resource type Publication

Topic category Biota

Reference date 2002··

Citation
Swann, R.L. 2002. Canna seabird studies 2001. JNCC Report No. 327, JNCC, Peterborough, ISSN 0963-8091.

Lineage
This report covers seabird monitoring work on Canna during 2001.

Responsible organisation
Communications, JNCC publisher

Limitations on public access No limitations

Use constraints Available under the Open Government Licence 3.0

Metadata date 2020·07·20

Metadata point of contact
Communications, JNCC

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