SocLap sap – working draft


National population information



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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Moderate: generally well known, but only poor, outdated or incomplete quantitative data available.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.

Country/

Subspecies

Population (breeding pairs)

Year(s)

Quality

Short-term trend

Year(s)

Quality

Long-term trend

Year(s)

Quality

References3

Austria

N. a. arquata

140–160

2011-2012

Good

Increase


2001-2012

Good

Increase


1980-2012

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting; Michael Dvorak; Grinschgl & Malicek 2010; Kohler & Rauer 2010; Uhl 2013; Ulmer et al. 2012

Belarus

N. a. arquata

950–1,200

1997-2000

Good

Increase

1997-2000

Unknown

-

-

-

BirdLife International 2004a

Belgium

N. a. arquata

500–600

2008-2012

Moderate

Stable

2000-2012

Moderate

Stable

1980-2012

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Denmark

N. a. arquata

330

2011


Moderate

Stable

1999-2011

Good

Increase


1980-2011

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting

Estonia

N. a. arquata

2,000–4,000

2008-2012

Moderate

Decline


2001-2012

Moderate

Decline


1980-2012

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting Elts et al. 2013.

Finland

N. a. arquata

76,000–88,000

2006-2012

Good

Stable


2001-2012

Good

Decline


1983-2012

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting Bird monitoring schemes of the Finnish Museum of Natural history

France

N. a. arquata

1,300–1,600

2010-2011

Good

Stable


1996-2010

Good

Stable

1983-2011

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting

Germany

N. a. arquata

3,700–5,000

2005-2009

Good

Stable

1998-2009

Moderate

Decline


1985-2009

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Hungary

N. a. arquata

20–60

2008-2012

Good

Unknown

2000-2012

Moderate

Unknown

1980-2012

Poor

EU Article 12 Reporting

Ireland

N. a. arquata

98


2008-2013

Good

Decline


1991-2013

Poor

Decline


1972-2013

Poor

EU Article 12 Reporting NPWS Unpublished Data; BWI Unpublished Data; Balmer et al. 2013; Lauder & Donaghy 2008

Kazakhstan*

N. a. suschkini

N. a. orientalis

No Data




























Latvia

N. a. arquata

134-288

2000-2004

Moderate

Unknown

-

-

Stable

1980-2004

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Lithuania

N. a. arquata

50-100

2008-2012

Moderate

Decline


2001 -2012

Moderate

Decline


1980-2012

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting Kurlavičius 2006

Netherlands

N. a. arquata

4,643–5,949

2008-2011

Moderate

Decline


2002-2011

Good

Decline


1984-2011

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting

Norway

N. a. arquata

2,500-5000

1994/2003 /2015

Good

Decline

1996-2013

Moderate

-

-

-

Shimmings & Øien 2015

Poland

N. a. arquata

250–350

2008-2013

Moderate

Decline


2000-2013

Moderate

Decline


1980-2013

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Romania

N. a. arquata

1–10

2008-2013

Moderate

Unknown

2000-2012

Poor

Unknown

1980-2012

Poor

EU Article 12 Reporting

Russia

N. a. arquata

48,000–120,000

1990-2000

Poor

Decline

2001-2013

Poor










Mischenko 2004; Pavel Tomkovich, pers. comm.:

Russia

N. a. orientalis


?

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-




Slovenia

N. a. arquata

12–15

2007-2012

Moderate

Stable

2001-2012

Moderate

Stable

1980-2012

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Sweden

N. a. arquata

6,800–11,000

2008-2012

Moderate

Decline


2001-2012

Good

Decline


1980-2012

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting

UK

N. a. arquata

68,000

2009

Good

Decline


1998-2010

Good

Decline


1980-2010

Good

EU Article 12 Reporting Musgrove et al. 2013.; Harris et al. 2014; Baillie et al. 2013.

Ukraine*

N. a. arquata

50-75

2001-2002

Medium

-2

















BirdLife International 2004a






Country/

Subspecies

Wintering Population

(Individuals)

Year(s) of the estimate

Quality

Short-term trend

Year(s) of the estimate

Quality

Long-term trend

Year(s) of the estimate

Quality

References

Austria

N. a. arquata

700-900

1995-2010


Good

Stable

1995-2010

Good

1980-1995

Increase

Good

Schuster 2011; Egretta; Jürgen Ulmer, Anne Puchter, Alwin Schönenberger & Bianca Burtscher, 2012; Schuster 2010

Belgium

N. a. arquata

8,872-25,925

2008-2012

Good

Unknown

2001-2012

Good

Unknown

1980-2012

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Bulgaria

N. a. arquata

10-95

2008-2012

Moderate

Stable

2000-2012

Good

Decline

1980-2012

Poor

EU Article 12 Reporting

Denmark

N. a. arquata

15,300

2008

Good

Increase

2000-2011

Good

Increase

1980-2011

Moderate

Birds in Europe 3 in prep.

France

N. a. arquata

20,000-65,000

2008-2012

Good

Increase

2000-2012

Good

Increase

1980-2012

Good

Wetlands International & ONCFS 2010, 2011 & 2012. Fouquet M. 2013. EU Article 12 Reporting

Germany

N. a. arquata

100,000

2000-2005

Good

Fluctuating

1997-2009

Moderate

Decline

1987-2009

Moderate

EU Article 12 Reporting

Greece*

N. a. arquata

N. a. orientalis

1,000-2,000

1987-1991

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Stable

1970-1990

Unknown

BirdLife International 1994

Guinea-Bissau

N. a. arquata

N. a. orientalis

4148

2010s

Unknown

Decrease

1990s-2010s

Unknown

Decrease

1980s-2010s

Unknown

Unpublished data, AEWA conservation status review

Guinea

N. a. arquata

N. a. orientalis

3940

2000s

Medium



















Trolliet & Fouquet 2004

Iran*

N. a. orientalis

14,4308

1970-1977

Moderate

-

-

-

-

-

-

Critical Site Network Tool; Delany et al. 2009.


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