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Use captive breeding to increase or maintain populations of bustards
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Use captive breeding to increase or maintain populations of bustards
Mow or cut semi-natural grasslands/pastures
Trade-off between benefit and harms Based on: 4 studies
Mow or cut semi-natural grasslands/pastures
Use captive breeding to increase or maintain populations of storks and ibises
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Use captive breeding to increase or maintain populations of storks and ibises
Treat wetlands with herbicide
Likely to be ineffective or harmful Based on: 4 studies
Treat wetlands with herbicide
Fertilize artificial grasslands
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Fertilize artificial grasslands
Artificially incubate and hand-rear waders in captivity
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Artificially incubate and hand-rear waders in captivity
Plough habitats
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Plough habitats
Artificially incubate and hand-rear parrots in captivity
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Artificially incubate and hand-rear parrots in captivity
Artificially incubate and hand-rear songbirds in captivity
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Artificially incubate and hand-rear songbirds in captivity
Restore or create shrubland
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Restore or create shrubland
Clip birds’ wings on release
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Clip birds’ wings on release
Can nest protection increase nest abandonment?
Evidence not assessed Based on: 4 studies
Can nest protection increase nest abandonment?
Reduce inter-specific competition for nest sites of woodpeckers by removing competitor species
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Reduce inter-specific competition for nest sites of woodpeckers by removing competitor species
Remove problematic vegetation
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Remove problematic vegetation
Manage ditches to benefit wildlife
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Manage ditches to benefit wildlife
Physically protect nests from predators using non-electric fencing
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Physically protect nests from predators using non-electric fencing
Rehabilitation of injured and treated birds
Unknown effectiveness (limited evidence) Based on: 4 studies
Rehabilitation of injured and treated birds
Provide artificial nesting sites for divers/loons
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Provide artificial nesting sites for divers/loons
Leave uncut rye grass in silage fields for birds
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Leave uncut rye grass in silage fields for birds
Maintain traditional water meadows
Likely to be beneficial Based on: 4 studies
Maintain traditional water meadows

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