Achievements of the Aquatic Warbler LIFE Project
Conserving Aquatic Warblers in Poland and Germany.
Polish Society for the Protection of Birds, 2011. 24 pp. (1.8 MB)
The aims and achievements of the project „Conserving Aquatic
Warblers in Poland and Germany” are presented in this report. The Project was co-financed by the LIFE Programme, the European Commission’s Financial Instrument for the Environment. It was dedicated to the conservation of Aquatic Warblers and their habitats in nine project locations: one in Germany, six in Western Pomerania (NW-Poland) and two in the Biebrza River Valley
(NE-Poland), covering a total area of 42,000 ha.
APB Conservation Library
The Aquatic Warbler in Belarus. Actual condition of the population. [In Russian]
APB-BirdLife Belarus, 2011. 20 pp. (4.8 MB)
The publication presents and summarizes the recent data (2006-2011) on the species distribution in Belarus, describes the most important threats and conservation measures are being undertaken. The list of all known breeding sites including those discovered in 2010 and 2011 is presented in the Annex. The book is dedicated to MoE Inspections, land users and other stakeholders.
Proceedings of the Life seminar
“Conservation of the Aquatic Warbler in Brittany”.
The Aquatic Warbler, a global threatened species.
Bretagne vivante, 2008. 123 pp. (7.8 MB)
The Life seminar took place in town of Quimper, France in September 2008. The number of presentations were given in frame of 3 workshops:
A The Aquatic warbler in 2008: assessment of knowledge;
B Habitat management: which methods and which economical and social development?
C Conservation of the species: which politicies, projects and points of view?
Jubete F., Torres M., Gomez E., Cirujano S., Zuazua P.
The Aquatic Warbler: Manual for managing helophytic vegetation and monitoring populations.
Fundacion Global Nature, 2006. 144 pp. (6.5 MB)
This manual offers an organized description of how habitat management and population monitoring were carried out within the context of the LIFE project in La Nava wetland, Spain. The methods used and results are described and evaluated from the vantage points of the cost and effectiveness of each measure and potential problems. This practical manual is dedicated especially to managers of natural spaces and to those involved in the conservation and study of the aquatic warbler or its habitat.