Published: Volume 67.1, January 2020. Pages 185-227.
Original Title: Noticiario Ornitológico
This report presents data on 162 species distributed throughout the national geography. Particular attention is given to 20 species that are scarce or were sparsely recorded in 2018, whose temporal and/or spatial distribution is illustrated by histograms and maps (see also De Juana & Garcia, 2015; Gil-Velasco et al., 2018; Rouco et al., 2018). However, in order to give a fuller treatment to overwintering patterns, relevant data from July 2018 to June 2019 is also included. The second half of 2018 has previously been considered in Ardeola 66 (2) so some information is duplicated in the present report (see Molina et al., 2017, 2018 and 2019a y 2019b). The taxonomic sequence follows the new List of Birds of Spain (Rouco et al., 2019).
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