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The life cycle of the Upland Goose Chloëphaga picta in the Falkland Islands
Upland Geese Chloephaga picta were studied between 1977 and 1980, primarily around Darwin, East Falkland, in order to describe their breeding biology, moulting and adult survival. The population ofExpand
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A review of the subspecies status of the Icelandic Purple Sandpiper Calidris maritima littoralis
The Icelandic Purple Sandpiper Calidris maritima littoralis (C.L. Brehm, 1831) represents one member of a poorly understood subspecies complex. Currently, differences in size define two otherExpand
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Breeding biology of Purple Sandpipers Calidris maritima on the Hardangervidda, southern Norway
2in 1984. Clutch sizes were 3–4 (mean = 3.74), and egg sizes were small, reflecting the small size of the females compared to other populations. Hatching was in late June and clutch survival was 75%.Expand
Demographic variations in the movements of Upland geese Chloëphaga picta and Ruddy-headed geese Chloëphaga rubidiceps in the Falkland Islands
Recoveries and sight-records were made from 2700 Upland and 470 Ruddy-headed geese marked in the Falkland Islands between 1977 and 1980 in order to describe the movements of these island populations.Expand
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The relationship between body size and time of breeding in Icelandic Redshanks Tringa t. robusta
The average wing-lengths of male and female Redshanks differ, allowing one to estimate the probabilities of males being larger in pairs whose measurements are known. Using these probabilities in aExpand
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