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Five upland species have been added to the red list - the curlew, dotterel, whinchat, grey wagtail and merlin, bringing the number of species found in upland areas that are in trouble to 12.
The authors, from The RSPB and NRW among others, say the Curlew is the UK's highest conservation priority bird species and a recovery programme is urgently required.
The leak was detected several hundred metres away from the company's floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) Curlew on January 19 this year.
The public is urged to report any such illegal practices posing a grave risk to the environment on toll free No 8003722745 as per the Executive Council decision No 9/2012," he said, noting that the ENRAS, late in August last year, sized eight similar traps fortrapping stone curlew birds.
He topped a field of 70 with 199lb 9oz of carp to 18lb on paste at five metres from peg 23 at Curlew.
Only around 400 stone curlew pairs are in the UK, and the last two years have been poor for breeding.
The gay composer's works are being performed around the world to honor his centenary, and the upcoming performance of his opera Curlew River is a highlight of the year.
BAD weather has killed scores of curlew and lapwings in recent months, it emerged yesterday.
I WOULD like to thank Merseytravel and Fountains contractor employee Dean Curlew for not only finding my purse in Paradise Bus Station, but for handing it in to the police HQ completely intact and then, when I showed up searching for it, personally taking me to the officer who checked my purse in to Lost and Found so I could get it back.
Clearly fancied to do the business that night, she arguably boasts an even better chance this time in terms of race make-up since neighbour Curlew Sonny tends to crack out and cut across to the inside.
We won't see the full impact of how devastating these fires are until next year because we are right in the middle of nesting season and birds like the skylark, grouse, curlew and lapwing have nowhere to go.
City Opera Vancouver, under the direction of Charles Barber, presented an unusual double bill of the Butoh dance, Sumidagawa (Sumida River), and Benjamin Britten's opera, Curlew River.
CONTROL of predators such as foxes and crows on moorlands can boost the breeding success of threatened lapwing, curlew and golden plover, a nine-year study suggested today.
A recent survey estimated curlew numbers had fallen 81% nationally since 1996.
Some 80,000 tickets for the event at Wels airport in northern Austria were snapped up by eager fans in hours but the group has clashed with animal rights groups over concerns of a local bird species called the curlew.