Between Two Shores #5
Cormorants were once culled as they reduced fishing yields, but have been making a comeback since the 1980s, just as Lithuanians have been returning to the Curonian Spit since World War II.

Tadas Kazakevičius

Exhibit: POS WP 215 155

 

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Between Two Shores #5
Portraits, Stories, 3rd Prize

Cormorants were once culled as they reduced fishing yields, but have been making a comeback since the 1980s, just as Lithuanians have been returning to the Curonian Spit since World War II.

تمّ ذبح طيور الغاق ذات مرة بما أنها تحدّ من أعداد غلال الصيد إلاّ أنّ أعدادها بدأت تتزايد منذ الثمانينيات مع عودة الليتوانيين إلى برزخ قورش منذ الحرب العالمية الثانية.

Photographer:
Tadas Kazakevičius



Exhibit: POS WP 215 155

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