The Lesser White-fronted Goose Anser erythropus (Linnaeus, 1758) (other languages) is at present one of the most endangered bird species in the Palearctic. The clearly most important negative factor is the high mortality due to poaching. Also loss of natural habitat contribute negatively. It is a habitat specialist, in contrast to the close relative the White-fronted Goose, who has adapted to feeding in agricultural land.
The 'Portal to the Lesser White-fronted Goose' is meant to be a resource for information about wild populations and supply information about ongoing research and conservation.
Have you seen a Lesser White-fronted Goose or read colour rings? To successfully save this species from extinction do we need YOUR effort and information. Every little helps!
Wonder about the www.piskulka.net address? Piskulka - Пискулька - is the official Russian name for Lesser White-fronted Goose.
22 May 2017, Valdak Marshes, Inner part of Porsanger fjord, Finnmark, Norway 94 LWfG observed - 79 Ad 15 2cy. The 79 adults vere distributed as 38 pairs and 3 single individuals
21 May 2017, Valdak Marshes, Inner part of Porsanger fjord, Finnmark, Norway 105 LWfG observed. This is the highest count of LWfG during spring staging at the Valdak Marshes since the monitoring started in 1990. The former record was of 73 individuals on May 17th 2016.
New report from the autumn survey in Kazakhstan in 2016 The final report from the 2016 international Lesser...
17 February 2017
EU LIFE+ Lesser White-fronted Goose Project Team Comes Together for Final Meeting Partner organizations to the EU LIFE+ project “Safeguarding...
14 December 2016