Occurrence

Monitoring of European Nightjar in 3 solar parks in Nouvelle aquitaine

Latest version published by ENGIE on 28 March 2023 ENGIE
Publication date:
28 March 2023
Published by:
ENGIE
License:
CC-BY-NC 4.0

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Description

European Nightjar is a protected bird in France and by Natura 2000 that lives in the Gascony moors. The aim of the study is to establish an inventory of the present number of Europeans Naghtjars in solar parks and to try to understand the interaction of birds with them.

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Keywords

Occurrence

Contacts

Astreinte Biodiversité ENGIE
  • Metadata Provider
  • User
Gerea
  • Originator
Bureau d'études
Gerea
Guillaume CANTOT
  • Point Of Contact
Chargé de mission biodiversité
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Geographic Coverage

France - nouvelle aquitaine

Bounding Coordinates South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]

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