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Waterbirds in the UK 2004/05 The Wetland Bird Survey

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Series: The Wetland Bird Survey Volume: 2004/05
By: A Banks, M Collier, G Austin, R Hearn and A Musgrove
230 pages, site maps, tables, graphs
Publisher: BTO
Waterbirds in the UK 2004/05
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The Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) is the monitoring scheme for non-breeding waterbirds in the UK, which aims to provide the principal data for the conservation of their populations and wetland habitats. The data collected are used to assess the size of waterbird populations, determine trends in numbers and distribution, and assess the importance of individual sites for waterbirds, in line with the requirements of international conservation Conventions and Directives.

This report presents the results of WeBS in 2004/05 and includes data from other national and local waterbird monitoring schemes. It provides a single, comprehensive source of information on the current status and distribution of waterbirds in the UK for those interested in the conservation of the populations of these species and the wetland sites they use.

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Series: The Wetland Bird Survey Volume: 2004/05
By: A Banks, M Collier, G Austin, R Hearn and A Musgrove
230 pages, site maps, tables, graphs
Publisher: BTO
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