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The Cormorant Mid-Life Upgrade (CMLU) and Conversion Program proposed by the companies combines the current fleet of 14 CH-149 helicopters with additional helicopters obtained by the Canadian government when it acquired the assets of the U.
The original Cormorant Watch, launched in 2012, enabled the Trust to make the case for Area-Based Licences for lethal control of birds which in turn led to fishery managers applying for a far greater number of licences.
This study had three aims: firstly, to assess lengths and density of salmon parr in nursery streams; secondly, to assess numbers and lengths of adult salmon in nursery streams; thirdly, to discover the effect of cormorant predation on salmon parr in nursery streams.
The cormorant became later known as a mythical liver bird.
An international bird rescue facility in Los Angeles notified him when someone found a dead cormorant on the beach.
Voters pay $1 to vote in the fundraising event for the annual Cormorant Daze event.
6 July 2016 - US-based biopharmaceutical firm Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE: BMY) has acquired all the outstanding capital stock of Stockholm, Sweden-based therapeutics developer Cormorant Pharmaceuticals, the company said.
Acting on a tip after the killing started, the Audubon Society of Portland, which has spearheaded opposition to the cormorant killing program, got a court order requiring the Fish and Wildlife Service to turn over emails and other documents related to the permitting decision.
Key words: British Columbia, colony, nest, Pelagic Cormorant, Phalacrocorax pelagicus, roost, survey, trend
Fledge success was determined for all nests monitored in 2008 (Table 2) and 2009 (Table 3) with the exception of five nests with unknown fates due to visual obstructions; Double-crested Cormorant (N=2), Great Blue Heron (N=2) and Snowy Egret (N=l).
The cormorants have declined in part because of the predation of their young by bald eagles, which have become more prevalent in Maine, Allen said.