Published by

Polish Zoological Society
Bird Migration Research Foundation

  Editorial board

Editor:
Prof. dr hab. Przemysław Busse

Managing/Subject Editor:
Dr Agnieszka Ożarowska

Secretary:
Dr Izabella Rząd

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

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email:
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CONTENTS:   

   

Leonid Dinevich and Yossi Leshem
ACCURACY AND RESOLUTION CAPACITY OF MRL-5(IS) RADAR ORNITHOLOGICAL STATION AND ITS POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
Key words:   bird migration, birds, radar ornithology, radars

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Dávid Kováts
AUTUMN MIGRATION OF THE THRUSH NIGHTINGALE(Luscinia luscinia) IN NORTHERN HUNGARY
Key words:   Luscinia luscinia, wing length, wing shape, body mass, fat reserves, age groups, timing of migration

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Grzegorz Zaniewicz
COMPARABILITY OF WING LENGTH MEASUREMENTS BASED ON DATA COLLECTED AT TWO TWIN STATIONS DURING MIGRATION
Key words:   wing length measurement, personal bias, migration

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Katarzyna Stępniewska and Agnieszka Ożarowska
THE EURASIAN REED WARBLER (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) BREEDING IN EGYPT – A NEW EVIDENCE?
Key words:   Reed Warbler, Acrocephalus scirpaceus, breeding range, Egypt

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Paul Smith, Derek Onley, Emma Northcote-Smith and Karina Atkinson
MORPHOMETRICS OF CERRADO BIRDS FROM THE RESERVA NATURAL LAGUNA BLANCA (NE PARAGUAY)
Key words:   Reserva Natural Laguna Blanca, cerrado, birds, Paraguay, Para La Tierra, weight, measurements

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Wed Abdel Latif Ibrahim and Przemysław Busse
MIGRATION OF PASSERINES THROUGH SOME PROTECTED AREAS IN THE EASTERN PART OF EGYPT
Key words:   bird migration, migration dynamics, passerines, spring, autumn, eastern Egypt, network

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