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Bird Migration Research Foundation

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Prof. dr hab. Przemysław Busse

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Lorenzo Fornasari (Italy)
Wulf Gatter (Germany)
Wojciech Kania (Poland)
Vladimir Payevsky (Russia)
Pertti Saurola (Finland)
Reuven Yosef (Israel)

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   Vol. 30, No 1-2 2008

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Leonid Dinevich and Yossi Leshem
SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF DAYTIME BIRD MIGRATION IN ISRAEL: RADAR MONITORING DATA
Key words: radar ornithology, radar meteorology, bird migration, birds, radar monitoring, ornithology

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Jarosław K. Nowakowski and Jacek Chrusciel
AN INDEX TO ESTIMATE THE WING AREA IN A SMALL PASSERINE, USING THE BLUE TIT (Cyanistes caeruleus) AS A CASE STUDY
Key words: measurements, wing area index, wing shape, Cyanistes caeruleus

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Grzegorz Zaniewicz and Przemysław Busse
AUTUMN MIGRATION DYNAMICS AND BIOMETRICAL DIFFERENTIATION OF THE DUNNOCK (Prunella modularis) PASSING THE SOUTHERN BALTIC COAST
Key words: migration, migration waves, biometrical differentiation, Prunella modularis

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Jochen Bellebaum and Andreas Buchheim
WING-TAGGING TEMPORARILY AFFECTS TIME BUDGETS OF LARGE GULLS
Key words: wing-tags, gulls, colour marking

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Vladimir A. Payevsky
BREEDING AND DEMOGRAPHIC PARAMETERS AND RANGE EXPANSION OF THE COMMON ROSEFINCH (Carpodacus erythrinus)
Key words: Common Rosefinch, range expansion, demographic parameters, breeding biology

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Anulipi Aich and Subhra Kumar Mukhopadhyay
COMPARISON OF AVIFAUNA AT THE EDGES OF CONTRASTING FOREST PATCHES IN WESTERN GHAT HILLS OF INDIA
Key words: shola, edge species, Western Ghats, hotspot, EBA 123, Biome 10, Palearctic-Asian migrant

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