Austria


State of the world's birds case studies

Pressure: Why birds are declining
Response: What can be done to improve the status of birds

Key publications

References

  • Dvorak, M. and Berg, H. M. (2009) Die wichtigsten Gebiete für den Vogelschultz in Österreich [Important Bird Areas in Austria]. Vienna: Bundesministerium für Umwelt. [In German]
  • Dvorak, M. and Karner, E. (1995) Important Bird Areas in Österreich. Monographien Bund 71. Vienna: Bundesministerium für Umwelt. [In German]
  • Teufelbauer, N. and Dvorak, M. (2006) Monitoring der Brutvögel Österreichs [Monitoring of Austria’s breeding birds. Report 2005]. Bericht über die Saison 2005 BirdLife Österreich, Wien, 11pp. [In German]
  • Dvorak, M. and Wichmann, G. (2003) Die Vogelwelt Österreichs im dritten Jahrtausend. Monitoring programme für Vögel in Österreich [The Austrian avifauna in the third millennium. Monitoring schemes for birds breeding in Austria]. BirdLife Österreich. Gesellschaft für Vogelkunde, Wien, 32pp. [In German]
  • European Commission (2014) National Summary for Article 12 2008-2012 Austria

Austria at a glance

Capital

Vienna

Area

83,871 km2

BirdLife Partner

BirdLife Austria

Species

Total number of birds 304
Globally threatened birds 13
Country endemics 0

Important Bird & Biodiversity Areas

Number of IBAs 56
Total IBA area 1,444,660 ha

Endemic Bird Areas

Number of EBAs 0



Recommended Citation
BirdLife International (2020) Country profile: Austria. Available from http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/country/austria. Checked: 2020-06-06