Digital Magazine for Whinchat Research and Conservation

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Content of Volume IV

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The Carinthian Whinchat Conser-vation Project

Experiences and successes of the Carinthian Whinchat conservation project in southern Austria.

Author: Andreas Kleewein

10 pages

The Whinchat in Schleswig-Holstein

The Whinchat (Saxicola rubetra) in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany - a new population estimate.

Authors: Anne Evers, Jan Sohler & Bernd Koop

4  pages

The Whinchat near Burbach and Neun-kirchen/Germany

The Whinchat (Saxicola rubetra) in the bird protection area "Woods and meadows near Burbach and Neunkirchen" (district Siegen-Wittgenstein, North Rhine-Westphalia) - population development and habitat management.

Author: Manuel Graf

19  pages


Whinchat near salZwedel /Germany II

The Whinchat Saxicola rubetra along the "Green Belt" near Salzwedel - Part 2: Protection of ground-nesting meadow birds, population development, efficiency of protection measures.

Author: Olaf Olejnik

13 pages


Whinchat in the LAhn-Dill-District/Germany

Can we save our 'Jewel of Meadows'? - Stock Decline - Protection Measures - Experiences.

Authors: Franziska Schmidt & Matthias Korn

7  pages

Whinchats and set-aside flower patches

Whinchats (Saxicola rubetra)  and set-aside flower patches - Results of a survey in 2018 and 2019 in Lüchow-Dannenberg District, Lower Saxony.

Author: Christoph Siems-Wedhorn

8  pages

Whinchat in the Italian Alps

The impact of modern dairy farming on the Whinchat: a case study in the Italian Alps.

Authors: Giacomo Assandri, Mattia Brambilla & Paolo Pedrini

8 pages

The Whinchat breeding in the Netherlands

The Whinchat breeding in the Netherlands - Distribution, numbers, habitats and conservation.

Authors: Ruud Van Beusekom, Pauline Alefs & Arend Van Dijk

5 pages

Attraction of Whinchats by oversupply of artificial perches

Attraction of Whinchats Saxicola rubetra  onto late cut meadows by oversupply of artificial perches.

Authors: Martin Schuck, Andre Ducry, Lisa Hülsmann & Stefan Wild

7  pages


Interspecific territoriality between Whinchat and stonechat

Observations and comments on interspecific territoriality between Whinchat Saxicola rubetra and Stonechat S. rubicola in parts of northern Germany.

Authors: Olaf Olejnik

9 pages

the power of natural forces

Let us not forget the power of natural forces.

Author: Davorin Tome

2 pages

Paper Show 2019

Abstracts and summaries of new papers with „Whinchat in main focus“ that were

mostly published in 2019.

5 pages