Spring migration of the Knot Calidris c. canutus over southern Scandinavia, as recorded by radar

@inproceedings{Gudmundsson1994SpringMO,
  title={Spring migration of the Knot Calidris c. canutus over southern Scandinavia, as recorded by radar},
  author={Gudmundur A. Gudmundsson},
  year={1994}
}
The bird migration pattern in June in southern Scandinavia was analysed on the basis of registrations from six years 1986-1991 by a long-range surveillance radar located in Scania, southern Sweden. The timing of migration, field observations and identification of some echoes suggested that mainly Knots Calidris c. canutus, on their way between the Wadden Sea and breeding grounds along the high arctic coasts of Siberia, were involved in the movements analysed. The daily timing was similar each… CONTINUE READING

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