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Title: The Portuguese Atlas of Winter and Migratory Birds 2011–2013: a synopsis
Authors: Rabaça, João E.
Godinho, Carlos
Leitão, Domingos
Costa, Hélder
Geraldes, Pedro
Almeida, Júlia
Sepúlveda, Pedro
Melo, Rita
Lobo, Frederico
Rocha, Afonso
Keywords: Bird Atlas
Portugal
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Rabaça, J.E. et al. 2017. The Portuguese Atlas of Winter and Migratory Birds 2011–2013: a synopsis. Bird Census News,30(1): 24-30.
Abstract: The first Portuguese Atlas of Winter and Migratory Birds will be published in 2017 and was innovative in including the post-nuptial migratory period and data from ringing stations. The standard methodology was identical in both seasons and based on counting birds during a 30 min walk in each of six non-adjacent tetrads (2×2 km) within a 10×10 km UTM square. Additional records were also included as well as data from 26 ringing stations working only during the migratory season. It was possible to cover around 60% of the territory during the migration period and ca. 80% in winter. Despite some limitations of the project like short time for field work (only 2 consecutive winters and migratory seasons), results are very positive and set up a milestone for future initiatives.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/22312
Type: article
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