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The numbers of inshore waterbirds using Scapa Flow, Orkney, during the winter season; an assessment of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2009

This report describes data from five aerial surveys and nine land/boat-based surveys in the area of Scapa Flow, Orkney, carried out over a total of seven winter seasons. Aerial surveys (2002/03 to 200...


The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Firth of Forth during the non-breeding season, and an assessment of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2008

The Firth of Forth is known to support large numbers of inshore waterbirds, particularly over the winter period. Some intertidal areas and islands within the Firth of Forth are already classified as ...


The distribution and numbers of inshore waterbirds using Belfast Lough outside the breeding season and a possible boundary around important aggregations 2016

SummaryThe EU Birds Directive requires Member States to identify the most suitable territories to protect as Special Protection Areas on land and at sea for those species listed on Annex I of the Dire...


PDF JNCC Report No 555: An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay - An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay area of search (2010) 2015 5.1 MB

JNCC Report No: 555 An assessment of the numbers and distributions of wintering waterbirds using Bae Ceredigion/Cardigan Bay area of search (2010) Susan H. O’Brien, Ilka Win, Chris Bingham & James B. ...


Surveillance of winter and spring aggregations of seaducks, divers and grebes in UK inshore areas:Aerial surveys and shore-based counts 2006/07 2008

During the winter and spring of 2006/07, JNCC's Seabirds at Sea Team (SAST) conducted aerial surveys of wintering aggregations of sea ducks *Anatidae*, divers *Gaviidae* and grebes *Podicepididae*, he...


PDF JNCC Report No. 393: The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Wash during the non-breeding season - The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Wash during the non-breeding season (JNCC Report No. 393) 2009 1.9 MB

JNCC Report No. 393 The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Wash during the non-breeding season; an assessment of the area’s potential for qualification as a marine SPA Wilson L.J., O’Brie...


The numbers of inshore waterbirds using the Greater Thames during the non-breeding season; an assessment of of the area's potential for qualification as a marine SPA 2009

Aerial surveys of the Greater Thames were carried out over a total of 58 days over eight winter seasons between 1988/89 and 2006/07. These consisted of three strip transect aerial surveys (1988/89, 19...


Seabird monitoring on Skomer Island in 1999–2002 2004

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...


An assessment of the numbers and distributions of inshore aggregations of waterbirds using Liverpool Bay during the non-breeding season in support of possible SPA identification 2006

The analyses presented here draw heavily on methods described in detail elsewhere (e.g. McSorley *et al*, in prep; Webb *et al*, in press). This report aims to provide the results of analyses in an ac...


Isle of May seabird studies in 1999 2000

This report covers the breeding season for seabirds on the Isle of May in 1999. In general, 1999 was a poor season for Isle of May seabirds, with many species breeding late and/or unsuccessfully. Only...




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