Bird Trends 2016: trends in numbers, breeding success and survival for UK breeding birds
Author(s): Robinson, R.A., Leech D.I., Massimino, D., Woodward I., Hammond, M.J., Harris, S.J., Noble, D.G., Walker, R.H., Eglington, S.M., Marchant, J.H.Sullivan, M.J.P., & Baillie, S.R.
Published: January 2016 Issue No.: 691
Publisher: British Trust for OrnithologyView publication
Trends in numbers, breeding success and survival for UK breeding birds.
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