How are we helping to conserve the Black-necked Grebe in the Cheshire region?
* A North West England Black-necked Grebe study group has been monitoring the species for a number of years. * Site occupancy, population levels and breeding success are recorded in an annual monitoring report. * Liaison with other black-necked grebe monitoring groups elsewhere in the UK. * RSPB undertaking national study of preferred habitat requirements. Objectives, Targets and Actions The objectives, targets and actions to help conserve the Black-necked Grebe in the Cheshire region can be found on the Biodiversity Action Reporting System (BARS) along with full details of our progress so far. How to find out more about Black-necked Grebes Visit the RSPB website – www.rspb.org.uk/birds/guide/b/blackneckedgrebe/index.asp Contact details LBAP Chair Anna Sugrue, RSPB Conservation Support Officer North West England Black-necked Grebe Study Group References & Glossary Cheshire and Wirral Ornithological Society (1978): Cheshire & Wirral Bird Reports. Guest, J. P., Elphick, D., Hunter, J. S.
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