Wildfowl

Wildfowl is an international scientific journal published annually by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT). It disseminates original material on the ecology, biology and conservation of wildfowl (Anseriformes) and ecologically associated birds (such as waders, rails and flamingos), and on their wetland habitats. Research and review articles related to policy development and application are welcome. Material on habitat management is also sought, particularly where this is directed to the conservation of wildfowl and other wetland birds.

Print ISSN: 0954-6324
Electronic ISSN: 2052-6458


Wildfowl

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Table of Contents

Front Matter

Contents and editorial PDF
  1-4

Review Papers

Madagascar’s wildfowl (Anatidae) in the new millennium PDF
H Glyn Young, Félix Razafindrajao, Richard E Lewis 5-23

Standard Papers

France as a staging and wintering area for Greylag Geese Anser anser PDF
Leif Nilsson, Arne Follestad, Matthieu Guillemain, Vincent Schricke, Berend Voslamber 24-39
Autumn and spring migration of the Taiga Bean Goose Anser fabalis middendorffii in northern Japan from 2002 to 2012, with implications for site conservation PDF
Hiroshi Ikawa, Marie-Jo Ikawa 40-55
Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis abundance on Kolguev Island – current status and history of population growth PDF
Alexander Kondratyev, Elmira Zaynagutdinova, Hulmut Kruckenberg 56-71
Survival and dispersal in a newly-founded temperate Barnacle Goose Branta leucopsis population PDF
Henk van der Jeugd 72-89
Does every goose count? Pitfalls of surveying breeding geese in urban areas PDF
Christine Kowallik, Kees Koffijberg 90-104
American Wigeon Anas americana vigilance behaviour on suburban golf courses PDF
Jacob L. Berl 105–114
Preliminary results from a study of habitat use of radio-tracked Spotted Crakes Porzana porzana at a restored wetland in northeast Jutland, Denmark
Anthony D. Fox, Mark Desholm, Palle A.F. Rasmussen, Thorsten J.S. Balsby 115-134

Back Matter

Instructions for Authors PDF
  135-140


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