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Surveillance of Wintering Seaduck, Divers and Grebes in UK Inshore Areas: Aerial Surveys 2002/03

Report Out of Print
Series: JNCC Report Series Volume: 345
By: BJ Dean, A Webb, CA McSorley and JB Reid
60 pages, Maps, tabs, figs
Surveillance of Wintering Seaduck, Divers and Grebes in UK Inshore Areas: Aerial Surveys 2002/03
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This report describes the methods used during aerial surveys of wintering seaduck, divers and grebes during the winter of 2002/03 and presents the recorded numbers and daytime distributions of those species recorded in each survey area.

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Report Out of Print
Series: JNCC Report Series Volume: 345
By: BJ Dean, A Webb, CA McSorley and JB Reid
60 pages, Maps, tabs, figs
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