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Aves, 48/2 | 2011 | 87-110

  Phenology of the arrivals, points of departure and destination of mostly nocturnal migrating birds captured at Awirs (Liege, Belgium).
Burnel, A.

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The team at the Awirs ringing station has been actively working since 1986. A total of 276 978 birds of 121 different species have now been ringed there. The data set has been used to study the phenology of the spring and autumn passages of the best represented species. It is shown that in some species the migratory strategy varies according to age and sex. Information on the route followed, the origin and the destination is available from the reports of remote recoveries. Site fidelity can be derived from local controls. The article reports the results of analyzing these elements for 22 species of nocturnal migrants which have been ringed every year.

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