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Old Friday 8th December 2017, 18:29   #1
Acrocephalus
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Algerian Nuthatch

Status and breeding biology of the Algerian Nuthatch in the Guerrouch Forest. This new study showed a significant decline in the population at a section of this forest, and presented new data about the breeding biology of the species.

The species is Endangered and occur at only four sites in northern Algeria including the forest where the current study was undertaken.
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