En-us: Great Bustard Ca: Pioc salvatge Da: Stortrappe De: Großtrappe Es: Avutarda común Fi: isotrappi Fr: Outarde barbue It: Otarda Nl: Grote Trap No: Stortrappe Pt: Abetarda Sv: Stortrapp Ru: Дрофа
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Great Bustard has been reported in the following areas (Bird News Extra subscribers can see a list of all records, as well as charts and graphs analysing the data by area, year, month, age and sex):
Great Bustard breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):
An ambitious programme to return the world's heaviest flying bird to the UK has been given a considerable lift from the EU. read on
Reintroduction scheme sees four new bustard chicks roaming the plains of Wiltshire. read on
Researchers at the University of Bath and conservationists from the Great Bustard Group will be releasing 19 birds as part of an ongoing reintroduction project in the UK. read on
A female from the UK reintroduction has nested in England - the first Great Bustard nest in the UK for 175 years. read on
There have been some exciting events recently regarding the Great Bustard reintroduction project that is underway on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire. Several of these birds have featured on our news pages. Find out more about the project and the movements of some of the birds. read on
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