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Wader Study Group Bulletin, Volume 97 (2002)

Wader Study Group Bulletin


Editorial- the Wader Study Group Bulletin - Changes and Needs. 1.
Annual Conference of the International Wader Study Group, Jurata, Hei Peninsula, Poland, 4-7 October 2002. 2-3.
Research News and Comment. 4-5.
Notes and News. 6-7.
Recent Publications on Waders 78. 8-14.
Henk Koffijberg
Abstracts of Wader Theses. 15-17.
P. De Goeij, A. Luis, P. Shepherd, L. Wennerberg
Book Review: Shorebirds. 18.
Thompson D., I. Byrkjedal
Declining Ruff Philomachus Pugnax Populations: a Response to Global Warming?. 19-29.
Christoph Zockler
Mass, Moult, Migration and Subspecific Status of Red Knots Calidris Canutus on the Frisian Wadden Sea Coast, the Netherlands. 30-35.
Klaas Koopman
Migratory Shorebirds in the Guerrero Negro Saltworks, Baja California Sur, Mexico. 36-41.
Gustavo D. Danemann, Roberto Carmona, Guillermo Fernandez
Are Shorebirds Sometimes Forced to Roost on Water in Thick Fog?. 42-44.
Theunis Piersma, Bernard Spaans, Anne Dekinga
Temperate Breeding Shorebirds Copulate at Night. 45-46.
Matthew Johnson, Jon P. Beckmann, Lewis W. Oring

Short Communications:

Blacksmith Plover Vanellus Armatus on Prince Edward Island, Southern Ocean. 47-48.
John Cooper, Les G. Underhill
Ageing Slender-Billed Curlews Numenius Tenuirostris: a Useful Tip. 49-50.
Marco Zenatello, Lorenzo Serra
Common Sandpipers Also Dive to Escape Danger: in Scotland. 51.
Tom Dougall
Waders Diving and Swimming Underwater As a Means of Escape: Editorial Note. 51.
Common Sandpipers Also Dive to Escape Danger: in England. 52.
D. W. Yalden

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