The report from the work on the SEAPOP key sites in 2015 is now published. Many species are struggling with low reproductive rates and population decline, and the estimates of adult survival are also depressing.

SEAPOP produces annual reports from the work on the key sites of the program. These reports summarize and describe the data collected during last year’s fieldwork in the bird colonies, focusing on reproduction, population change and adult survival.

Read the report:

Contact person: Tycho Anker-Nilssen, NINA

Adult razorbill in summer plumage.
Photo: Tycho Anker-Nilssen