A guide to the provision of refuges for waders : an analysis of 30 years of ringing data from the Wash, England

@inproceedings{Rehfisch1996AGT,
  title={A guide to the provision of refuges for waders : an analysis of 30 years of ringing data from the Wash, England},
  author={Mark M. Rehfisch and Nigel A. Clark and Rowena H. W. Langston and Jeremy J. D. Greenwood},
  year={1996}
}
1. It has been proposed to establish roost refuges to limit the disturbance to internationally important over-wintering populations of waders on the Wash. 2. Waders have been caught regularly on the Wash since 1959. By 1993, 24 576 oystercatchers, 4125 grey plovers, 38 041 knots, 96 801 dunlins and 11 729 redshanks had been ringed at 85 roost sites around the Wash. 3. Analysis of the movements between roosts provides a means of determining the relative mobility of waders and the effect of… CONTINUE READING

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