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Two surveys per spring are enough to obtain robust population trends of common and widespread birds in yearly monitoring programmes
Volume 68.1, 2021, 33-51. Research articles.
Old counts suggest the collapse of two Red-backed Shrike Lanius collurio populations
Volume 65.2, 2018, 283-290. Short communications.
Are two days enough? Checkhing the accurary of the survey protocols used in common bird monitoring schemes
Volume 65.1, 2018, 41-52. Research articles.
Estimating the abundance and habitat selection of conservation priority marsh-dwelling passerines with a double-observer approach
Volume 62.2, 2015, 269-282. Research articles.
How many common breeding birds are there in Spain? A comparison of census methods and national population size estimates
Volume 58(2), 2011, 343-364. Forum.
Observer error associated with band allocation is negligible in large scale bird monitoring schemes; but how precise is the use of bands at all?
Volume 57(Especia, 2010, 23-32. Research articles.
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