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JM Mendelsohn L Haraes

Abstract

A total of 250,786 Cape Cormorants, of which 16,038 were individuals on nests in 349 colonies, and 15,831 Cape Fur Seals were counted during a complete aerial photographic census of the island of Tigres and part of the adjacent coast in Angola in March 2017. Such a concentration of birds and seals and the large number of breeding Cape Cormorants highlights the need to protect Tigres and its rich surrounding waters.

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How to Cite
Mendelsohn, J., & Haraes, L. (2018). Aerial census of Cape Cormorants and Cape Fur Seals at Baía dos Tigres, Angola. Namibian Journal Of Environment, 2, Section A, 1-6. Retrieved from http://www.nje.org.na/index.php/nje/article/view/volume2-mendelsohn/20
Section
Section A: Peer-reviewed papers