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That such ‘casual’ collection could be lethal to a local breeding population is illustrated by the history of the Oystercatcher. In both Kent and Norfolk, Ticehurst (1909) and Lubbock (1879) noted that the local breeding populations were exterminated by fishing communities simply taking the eggs to eat themselves. Lubbock noted that the Avocet was similarly affected in north Norfolk. Nevertheless commercial egging had limitations. It was only profitable where there was a large concentration of breeding Lapwings in a habitat in which they could be easily exploited.

This agricultural development was promoted or organised by the State. Newbury (1980) provided a schematic account of the spread of collectivised agriculture in Siberia from about 1930, where the indigenous people were encouraged to move from a hunting and/or nomadic herding economy to sedentary extensive stock farming. 600km northeast of Yakutsk at about 67ЊN 134ЊE. The ranch was about the size of Wales, had lush river valley pastures and carried 800 Reindeer, 700 horses and 600 cows, kept for meat, milk, hides and fur.

Experimental manipulations have induced them to lay up to five clutches in a season (Klomp 1951). Few studies I have examined give any support for the idea that this scale of repeat laying happens outside such experiments and I doubt whether it would obtain in the face of persistent egging over a long period either. 41). Matter (1982) also made the point that, in considering the harmlessness or otherwise of egging, attention should be paid to the dynamics of other Lapwing populations. Many breeding on tilled land, particularly in Europe, depend on immigration from more successful populations to persist.

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