1.9. National population information The most contemporary information on the numbers and trends for Eurasian Curlew are presented below in Tables 3 and 4.
Key to quality
Good: reliable quantitative data available (e.g. atlas, survey or monitoring data).
Moderate: generally well known, but only poor, outdated or incomplete quantitative data available.
Poor: poorly known, with no quantitative data available.
Unknown: information on the quality of data was unavailable
Table 2: National information on breeding populations and trends. Occasional breeding occurs also in the Czech Republic, Serbia, Montenegro, Italy, Faroe Islands and Spain, however these Range States have been excluded due to low numbers.
Population (breeding pairs)
N. a. arquata
EU Article 12 Reporting; Michael Dvorak; Grinschgl & Malicek 2010; Kohler & Rauer 2010; Uhl 2013; Ulmer et al. 2012