Spain, Great Bustard (Otis tarda), Resident

Summary

It occurs in the regions of Andalusia, Extremadura, Castile-Leon, Castile-La Mancha, Madrid, Navarra and Aragon, in pseudo-steppe areas. Highligh the Castile-Leon region, as in this region the population is the most numerous and with the wider distribution of the areas identified.
The conservation status is "vulnerable".

Conservation status

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Phenology

Mainly sedentary species, but part of the population performs short-distance migrations and some individuals perform dispersive movements. There is no information that highlights movements of individuals of the Spanish populations to Europe or to North Africa with the exception of Portugal.

Abundance

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The national population size is approximately twenty thousand individuals.

Habitat

It occurs mainly in open plains with extensive dry crops, fallows and grasslands.

Threats

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