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Seabird monitoring on Skomer Island in 1999–2002 2004

Marine JNCC Publications Seabird Surveys 0963-8091 Birds Birds of particular localities Evidence JNCC report series Marine Monitoring Seabirds Surveillance and Monitoring 339

Abstract

Skomer Island is a National Nature Reserve managed by The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW), under a lease from the Countryside Council for Wales (CCW). The island is part of the Skokholm and Skomer Special Protection Area (SPA) [which subsequently became part of the Skomer, Skokholm and the Seas off Pembrokeshire SPA], designated because of its seabird interest. The waters around the island have been designated a Marine Nature Reserve.

Seabird monitoring on the island fits within a broader framework of monitoring marine and terrestrial organisms on and around the island. This report details the results of seabird monitoring studies, undertaken between 1999 and 2002, by The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) and Edward Grey Institute of Field Ornithology (EGI).

Resource type Publication

Topic category Environment

Reference date 2004·07·01

Citation
Brown, J.G., Perrins, C.M., Boyle, D., Duffield, S., Dustan, A., Easton, J., Smith, S. & Parsons, M. 2004., Seabird monitoring on Skomer Island in 1999–2002. JNCC Report No. 339, JNCC, Peterborough, ISSN 0963-8091.

Lineage
This report details the results of seabird monitoring studies on Skomer Island National Nature Reserve between 1999 and 2002 .

Responsible organisation
Communications, JNCC publisher

Limitations on public access No limitations

Use constraints Available under the Open Government Licence 3.0

Metadata date 2020·05·22

Metadata point of contact
Communications, JNCC

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