Journal of Biodiversity Management & ForestryISSN: 2327-4417

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Abundance and Temporal Patterns in Wetland Birds in and Around Lake Zeway, Ethiopia

Abundance and Temporal Patterns in Wetland Birds in and Around Lake Zeway, Ethiopia

The aim of the study was to describe the abundance and temporal patterns of wetland bird species in and around Lake Zeway, an Important Bird Area and potential Ramsar site in Ethiopia. Nine years of wetland bird data of the area, collected by the African Waterbird Census, were used for the study. Surveys were made to examine the bird abundance, diversity and temporal patterns. We recorded 129 wetland bird species from 23 families; including two globally vulnerable and 6 near threatened species. The results revealed no clear trend or pattern in the abundance of the birds.
 

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