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.

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


Wildfowl

Wildfowl 69

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Contents and editorial PDF
  pp i-iv, 1-2

Review Papers

Urban Geese – looking to North America for experiences to guide management in Europe? PDF
Anthony D. Fox 3-27

Standard Papers

Responses of autumn-staging ducks and Coot Fulica atra to the Skjern River Valley wetland restoration project PDF
Thomas Bregnballe, Preben Clausen, Anthony D. Fox 28-44
First assessment of factors affecting the breeding success of two stork species in lowland Nepal using Bayesian Network models PDF
K.S. Gopi Sundar, Roshila Koju, Bijay Maharjan, Bruce G. Marcot, Swati Kittur, Kamal R. Gosai 45-69
Evaluating the behaviour of Andean Flamingos Phoenicoparrus andinus and James’s Flamingos P. jamesi in captivity: comparing species and flocks using multiple methods PDF
Paul E. Rose 70-92
The establishment of a new major moulting site for Greylag Geese Anser anser at Lake Hornborgasjön, southern Sweden PDF
Leif Nilsson, Clas Hermansson 93-104
Regional variation in long-term population trends for the Greater White-fronted Goose Anser albifrons in Japan PDF
Tetsuo Shimada, Akira Mori, Hironobu Tajiri 105-117
The influence of habitat selection on Canada Goose Branta canadensis nest success on Akimiski Island, Nunavut, Canada PDF
Stacey K. Gan, Kenneth F. Abraham, Rodney W. Brook, Dennis L. Murray 118-133
Activity budgets, daily energy expenditure and energetic model of Black Brant Branta bernicla nigricans during winter and spring along the Lower Alaska Peninsula PDF
Bryan L. Daniels, David H. Ward, Jeffrey M. Black 134-159
Late nesting makes Barnacle Geese Branta leucopsis sensitive to anthropogenic disturbance in the Russian part of the Baltic Sea PDF
Sergey A. Kouzov, Elmira M. Zaynagutdinova, Anna V. Kravchuk 160-175
Recent changes in pair abundance and breeding results in the main French populations of the Common Pochard Aythya ferina PDF
Joël Broyer 176-187
Surveys of waterbirds in the Darkhad Depression, Mongolia, during summer and autumn PDF
Mikayla N. Call, Michael L. Schummer, Chris J. Smith, Badamgarav Dovchin, Battagtoh Tumur, Bayarkhuu Byambaa, Tumurusukh Jal, Rebecca J. Watters 188-205
Testing waterfowl hunters’ waterfowl identification skills PDF
Adam A. Ahlers, Craig A. Miller 206-220

Short Communications

Large-scale egg-dumping by island nesting Greylag Geese Anser anser: an indication of density-dependent regulation in a breeding population in northwest Lower Saxony, Germany? PDF
Helmut Kruckenberg 221-229
A leg-hold noose capture method for Brent Geese Branta bernicla at staging or wintering sites PDF
Yusuke Sawa, Chieko Tamura, Toshio Ikeuchi, Kaoru Fujii, Aisa Ishioroshi, Tetsuo Shimada, David Ward 230-241

Back Matter

Instructions for Authors PDF
  242-247


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