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Aves, 50/4 | 2013 | 221-239

  Passage phenology, origin and destination of mostly diurnal migrants captured at Les Awirs (Liege, Belgium) : Part 2
André Burnel & André Vandewer, en hommage à Roger Fraipont

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We present our findings on diurnal migration phenology, both in Spring and after breeding, of species captured in significant numbers over the period 1986-2010 at Les Awirs (Liège). Various differences associated with age and sex are highlighted. We present recoveries maps of birds ringed elsewhere and taken at Les Awirs, as well as of birds rung at Les Awirs and recaptured elsewhere. This second part deals with Tits, Finches and Buntings.

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  • André Burnel
    Rue de la Faille 74
    B-4000 Liège
    burnelandre(at)gmail.com

    André Vandewer
    Rue Vinâve 16A
    B-4460 Grâce-Hollogne

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