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Scotland’s seabirds showing signs of recovery

Seabird numbers in Scotland continue to show encouraging signs according to new statistics published in a report today by Scottish Natural Heritage. Seabird numbers in Scotland have been falling since the early 1990s and by 2015 the number of seabirds breeding around our coasts was half of the 1986 level, when the UK Seabird Monitoring Programme first started. However, 2015 was a relatively successful year for producing chicks. The latest report shows that the decline has slowed and numbers may have stabilised over the past four years.

 

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