The increasing Firecrest population in the New Forest, Hampshire
Wynn, Russell B., Ward, Marcus and Adams, Michael C. (2012) The increasing Firecrest population in the New Forest, Hampshire. British Birds, 105, (5), 273-275.
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The first confirmed breeding record of Firecrests in the UK was in the New Forest, Hampshire, in 1962. The New Forest has remained a stronghold for this species in the UK and, since 2000, numbers appear to have increased significantly. Here, we report on intensive survey work during 2009-11 and confirm that, with up to 270 recorded territories, the New Forest currently accounts for a third or more of all recorded Firecrest territories in the UK.
|Divisions:||National Oceanography Centre (NERC) > Marine Geoscience
|Date Deposited:||07 Jun 2012 09:27|
|Last Modified:||07 Jun 2012 09:27|
|Contributors:||Wynn, Russell B. (Author)
Ward, Marcus (Author)
Adams, Michael C. (Author)
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