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White stork (Ciconia ciconia L.) as an indicator of natural environment status in agricultural areas, illustrated with an example of Masurian Landscape Park
Environmental Protection and Natural Resources
The paper presents the results of a 5-year study on the population size of the white stork (Ciconia ciconia L.) as one of the indicator species used to assess a biodiversity level in agricultural areas. The study was carried out in Masurian Landscape Park situated in Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship. The results demonstrated that the white stork population size was closely linked to agricultural areas, in particular, the extensively managed permanent grassland. In the years 2014–2018, even ifdoi:10.2478/oszn-2019-0001 doaj:0d614fb8de3e4c80ab6f74015723b175 fatcat:qvo6g5x36bdc7ji3lavheqpk64