A STUDY ON ANIMAL SPECIES LISTED BY IUCN

BOGDAN MOMIR, IOAN PETROMAN, CORNELIA PETROMAN, DIANA MARIN, P.E. MERGHEÅž

Abstract


Among the bird species that can be met in the area we have studied are the eastern imperial eagle – whose number is decreasing – and the saker falcon, together with other bird species (the great argus and the ferruginous duck) and two mammal species considered almost threatened. Other populations as well – the common ground dove, the rock partridge and the pintail – are decreasing though the area is favourable for the populations’ development. Other mammal species are increasing in numbers due to the decrease of poaching and hunting (the European roe deer, the European hare, and the wild boar). Invasive species such as the jackal are present in the area.

Keywords


animals; birds; threatened species; IUCN

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LUCRĂRI ȘTIINȚIFICE MANAGEMENT AGRICOL

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