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long-legged web-footed black-and-white shorebird with slender upward-curving bill

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Pied Avocet, Meadow Pipit, and Eurasian Skylark) by an increasing cover of tall vegetation.
The total bird abundance, and the abundance of Pied Avocets both declined over time, while the number of Eurasian Skylarks increased with time.
Only for the abundance of Pied Avocets did we find a negative relation with the percentage cover of tall vegetation, indicating that grazing or other management is necessary for this species.
Pied Avocets, for example, are listed as species to be protected by the European birds directive which was updated in 2009 (European Parliament and the Council of the European Union 2009) and a substantial part of the world's population of Pied Avocets breeds in the Wadden Sea area (Koffijberg et al.
Migratory water birds to be spotted here this time include Greater Flamingos which come from Gujarat, Maharashtra and Orissa's coastline; Bar- Headed Geese which breed in Central Asia; Pied Avocet from Western Europe and Africa; Northern Shoveler; Ruddy Shelduck; Common Coot; Red- Crowned Ibis; Gadwal; Ruff; Common Coot and Eurasian Spoonbill.