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Aves, 54/4 | 2017 | 203-204
An unusual and repeated visit of a Common Swift Apus apus
Every year for at least the past six years, a Brussels resident who lives on the 21st floor of a 25 storey block is visited at the time of the postbreeding migration by an individual which rests on her bedroom's mosquito net for a single night. This phenomenon is very unusual.
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The Grey-headed Woodpecker Picus canus, a nesting species that is disappearing from Belgium. Analysis of population trends for the period 2008-2017
Alain De Broyer
How have genetic tools contributed to our knowledge of the Barn Owl Tyto alba?
Food resource of Eurasian Bittern Botaurus stellaris at Virelles pond. Analysis of historical data.
A Florida Turtle Trachemys scripta and a nest of the Great Crested Grebe Podiceps cristatus
Évelyne Parmentier & André Burnel