Mortality and movements of Dartford Warblers in England

@inproceedings{Bibby2007MortalityAM,
  title={Mortality and movements of Dartford Warblers in England},
  author={Colin J. Bibby},
  year={2007}
}
T Dartford Warbler Sylvia undata is a rare bird of the southern heaths in England and its conservation is a matter of some concern. The heaths where it occurs are of great natural history interest, yet, especially in Dorset, are much threatened by rapid reclamation (Moore 1962). The Dartford Warbler is generally considered to be resident, in the sense that individuals can be found at all times of the year at the breeding sites; as a result, they suffer badly in severe weather (Tubbs 1967). On… CONTINUE READING

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