Seasonal changes in the importance of coastal wetlands in Ghana for wading birds

@article{NtiamoaBaidu1991SeasonalCI,
  title={Seasonal changes in the importance of coastal wetlands in Ghana for wading birds},
  author={Y. Ntiamoa-Baidu},
  journal={Biological Conservation},
  year={1991},
  volume={57},
  pages={139-158}
}
Abstract Forty-two species of waders, comprising 29 Palearctic migrants, eight residents, two partial migrants and three vagrants, were recorded in three years of montly surveys of shorebirds in coastal Ghana. Eleven species occurred in internationally important populations: curlew sandpiper, little stint, sanderling, spotted redshank, grey plover, ringed plover, black-winged stilt, avocet, black-tailed godwit and turnstone. Arrival of migrant waders in coastal Ghana began in August and reached… Expand
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