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    Anderzén, Emma
    Linköping University, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
    Beror förekomsten av sjöfågel i anlagda våtmarker på våtmarkens ålder och area?2011Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10,5 credits / 16 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    From the perspective of preservation it is important to understand how waterfowl are influenced by wetlands created by humans. Since 2004 the municipality of Linköping has created several wetlands which, among others, have attracted the threatened species the Horned Grebe, Podiceps auritus. The Horned Grebe is listed on the Swedish Red List of Threatened Species. Wetlands are important for bird life for many reasons. Among other things, the birds use them to seek shelter from predators, breed there or rest on their way to the breeding sites. Previous studies have shown that there are more birds in larger wetlands, and that age of the wetland does matter for which birds can be found there. By counting the number of individuals of birds and also the different species in the wetlands we found that both age and size of the wetland are important for which birds that are attracted. It also appears that the birds thrive when there are several wetlands in the area, and of different size and age. We also found that the Horned Grebe preferred smaller wetlands and that their abundance increased with increasing numbers of Black-Headed Gulls.

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