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TIOTAL
Gleidheadh an traoin (7 de 7)
EXTERNAL ID
GB1796_SINCLAIR_CORNCRAKE_07
LINN
1980an
CRUTHADAIR
unknown
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
1880
KEYWORDS
eun-eòlas
croitearachd
glèidhteachas
claistinneach

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Uaireigin bha an traon bitheanta air feadh Bhreatainn, ach ann an 1993 bha an traon an impis dhol à bith ann an Alba 's gun ach 470 eun gairm ann. Bidh Iomairt Traoin an R.S.P.B., a chuireadh air chois ann an 1993, a' pàigheadh chroitearan agus thuathanaich aig a bheil traon air an fhearann aca ma stiùireas iad na h-achaidhean feòir agus feòir-thìoraidh aca ann an dòigh a tha mothachail air na h-eòin. Deich bliadhna air adhart, tha dearbhadh ann gu bheil an sgeama air soirbheachadh 's àrdachadh 73% san àireamh de eòin ghairm fhireann a chaidh a chlàradh. An-diugh, 's ann an Innse Gall as motha a tha an traon, ach tha buidhnean beaga dhiubh ann an Arcaibh agus ann am fìor cheann a tuath agus an iar tìr-mòr na h-Alba.

Chaidh an clàradh claisneach seo a dhèanamh mus deach an Iomairt anTraoin a chur air chois. Air a' chlàradh tha riochdaire bhon R.S.P.B. a' bruidhinn mun chunnart a th' ann bho bheathaichean dachaigheil.

Interviewer: Do you think there's any other reason for the decline of them in these parts? If we forget about agriculture, and think of perhaps, human pressure, domestic animals and things like this, could this be a little bit of a problem?

'Well, say in Ireland, of course, you know, we're not sure about the reasons. It appeared that there were decreases and disappearances in the population in areas where the land use hadn't changed. Now, whether this is strictly true or not is difficult to assess. One possible change is the change from organic, natural, fertilisers, manure and here seaweed, to artificial fertilisers, which might be one of the factors affecting the birds. And here too I've found that half of the dead adults that I get brought in are caught by domestic cats, and so - And also, having put some cage traps out in areas where the corncrakes were likely to appear, this was back in April, I found that half of the territories had cats crawling, prowling around in them. Now the other side of the thing is the rat is not a friend of the corncrake either and of course these cats do take quite a lot of rodents, so it's a delicate balance, but I think I would go in favour of wherever people can, to say, neuter their cats to stop them roaming around'

Interviewer: Well, we haven't perhaps heard a corncrake but we do hear a corn bunting at least in the distance.

'That's right, yes, and another bird that's declining in many places and still strong here, thank God'

Ìomhaigh - Sergey Yeliseev. Tha an obair seo air a ceadachadh leis an Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.

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Gleidheadh an traoin (7 de 7)

1980an

eun-eòlas; croitearachd; glèidhteachas; claistinneach

Taigh-tasgaidh is Gaileiridh Ealan Inbhir Nis

Bill Sinclair Audio: Conserving the Corncrake

Uaireigin bha an traon bitheanta air feadh Bhreatainn, ach ann an 1993 bha an traon an impis dhol à bith ann an Alba 's gun ach 470 eun gairm ann. Bidh Iomairt Traoin an R.S.P.B., a chuireadh air chois ann an 1993, a' pàigheadh chroitearan agus thuathanaich aig a bheil traon air an fhearann aca ma stiùireas iad na h-achaidhean feòir agus feòir-thìoraidh aca ann an dòigh a tha mothachail air na h-eòin. Deich bliadhna air adhart, tha dearbhadh ann gu bheil an sgeama air soirbheachadh 's àrdachadh 73% san àireamh de eòin ghairm fhireann a chaidh a chlàradh. An-diugh, 's ann an Innse Gall as motha a tha an traon, ach tha buidhnean beaga dhiubh ann an Arcaibh agus ann am fìor cheann a tuath agus an iar tìr-mòr na h-Alba.<br /> <br /> Chaidh an clàradh claisneach seo a dhèanamh mus deach an Iomairt anTraoin a chur air chois. Air a' chlàradh tha riochdaire bhon R.S.P.B. a' bruidhinn mun chunnart a th' ann bho bheathaichean dachaigheil.<br /> <br /> Interviewer: Do you think there's any other reason for the decline of them in these parts? If we forget about agriculture, and think of perhaps, human pressure, domestic animals and things like this, could this be a little bit of a problem?<br /> <br /> 'Well, say in Ireland, of course, you know, we're not sure about the reasons. It appeared that there were decreases and disappearances in the population in areas where the land use hadn't changed. Now, whether this is strictly true or not is difficult to assess. One possible change is the change from organic, natural, fertilisers, manure and here seaweed, to artificial fertilisers, which might be one of the factors affecting the birds. And here too I've found that half of the dead adults that I get brought in are caught by domestic cats, and so - And also, having put some cage traps out in areas where the corncrakes were likely to appear, this was back in April, I found that half of the territories had cats crawling, prowling around in them. Now the other side of the thing is the rat is not a friend of the corncrake either and of course these cats do take quite a lot of rodents, so it's a delicate balance, but I think I would go in favour of wherever people can, to say, neuter their cats to stop them roaming around'<br /> <br /> Interviewer: Well, we haven't perhaps heard a corncrake but we do hear a corn bunting at least in the distance.<br /> <br /> 'That's right, yes, and another bird that's declining in many places and still strong here, thank God'<br /> <br /> Ìomhaigh - Sergey Yeliseev. Tha an obair seo air a ceadachadh leis an Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.