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Aves, 42/3 | 2005 | 219-226
Exceptional passage of the Dotterel (Charadrius morinellus) in Wallonia in August-September 2004.
Mariage, T. & Farinelle, C.
During the post-breeding migration of 2004, the Dotterel stopped in exceptional numbers in the large plains of Wallonia. This phenomenon had already been noted in 1994. It seems to be related to unusual atmospheric circumstances, in particular with persistent low pressures located on the crossed area together with abundant rains which encourages the birds to make stopover in landscapes that resemble the nesting biotopes.
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Results of the winter censuses of waterbirds in Wallonia and Brussels area (Belgium) in 2004-2005.
J.-P. Jacob, Loly, P. & Kinet, Th.
Is there a stabilization of the wintering population of Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo) in Wallonia and Brussels ?
Paquet, J.-Y. et la Centrale Ornithologique Aves
The postnuptial ringing season at Les Awirs in 2004.
Fraipont, R., Vandewer, A. & Burnel, A.
Citril finch (Serinus citrinella) populations at the north of the Pyrenees may winter in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula
Borras, A., Blache,S., Cabrera, J., Cabrera, T. & Senar, J.C.
Special behaviour of a breeding Black Stork (Ciconia nigra) facing an intruder on nest-site.
Fellous, A., Moulai, R. & Jacob, J.-P.