IUCN Red List Category and Justification of Conservation Status
A. mauritanicus is classified as Least Concern by the IUCN, by dent of its relatively broad distribution, tolerance of a gamut of habitats, presumed sizable population, and since it is unlikely to be declining in numbers to qualify it for listing in a more threatened category (Donaire-Barroso et al. 2009). The IUCN has asserted the population to be stable, but based upon steady elimination of breeding habitat from pressures of human population expansion in North Africa, the classification as of 2013 would better be described as declining.
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