Consequences of the summer 2000 bush fires on the breeding population of Corsican nuthatch Sitta whiteheadi in the Restonica valley, Corsica Les consequences de lincendie de lete 2000 sur leffectif de la sittelle Corse Sitta whiteheadi dans la vallee de la Restonica, Corse

Thibault, J.; Moneglia, P.; Beck, N.

Alauda 704: 431-436

2002


ISSN/ISBN: 0002-4619
Accession: 038095813

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Abstract
In August 2000, a bush fire burnt most of the vegetation in the Restonica valley (Corsica, Western Mediterranean) including ca. 730 ha of Scots and Corsican pines forests. The valley is part of the Natura 2000 network (ref: FR9400578). By comparing data collected during field surveys (1992 and 2001 -2002) it was found that 6 out of 12 territories of the Corsican Nuthatch, an endemic species to the island, were lost from the study following the fire.