'Wader Study Group Bulletin' published

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Subject: 'Wader Study Group Bulletin' published
From: colin trainor <>
Date: Sat, 6 Jul 2013 08:00:58 +0930
Hi - The July volume of the Wader Study Group Bulletin, by the International 
Wader Study Group, has just een published - with some Australian content.

If anyone wants to join, or publish articles, give a summary of their thesis on 
wader-shorebirds, see here:




of Volume 120, issue 1

updated 05 July 2013

Research Papers 


Closure versus voluntary avoidance
as a method of protecting migrating shorebirds on beaches in New Jersey

Joanna Burger, Lawrence Niles

Full paper: PDF


Distribution of shorebirds in
north-eastern Brazil: preferences between open beaches and inner estuarine

Tiago A.L. Cardoso, Maria M.L.
Cardoso, Theo Brasilino, Douglas Zeppelini

Full paper: PDF


Nesting performance of the
Black-winged Stilt and Collared Pratincole on a Moroccan coastal wetland: a
comparison between natural and artificial habitats

Siham El Malki, Saâd Hanane, Latifa
Joulami, Rhimou El Hamoumi

Full paper: PDF


Human related bird flushes are of
little consequence to wintering waterbirds in a tropical coastal wetland in

Francis Gbogbo, Bernard Bobson
Adaworomah, Ernest Asante, Grace Rechelle Brown-Engmann

Full paper: PDF


A record of the Endangered
Australian Painted Snipe Rostratula australis (Gould, 1838) in the
Fortescue valley, Pilbara region

Chris G. Knuckey, Colin R. Trainor,
Ronald S.C. Firth, James L. Sansom, John E. Trainer

Full paper: PDF


Numenius species and subspecies in west Kazakhstan

Peter Köhler, Lars Lachmann, Ruslan

Full paper: PDF


Wintering waders on the Portuguese
mainland non-estuarine coast: results of the 2009-2011 survey

Miguel Lecoq, Pedro M. Lourenço,
Paulo Catry, Joana Andrade, José Pedro Granadeiro

Full paper: PDF


New insights from geolocators
deployed on waders in Australia

Clive Minton, Ken Gosbell, Penny
Johns, Maureen Christie, Marcel Klaassen, Chris Hassell, Adrian Boyle, Rosalind
Jessop, James Fox

Full paper: PDF


Gelocation reveals mid-continent
migratory routes and Texas wintering areas of Red Knots Calidris canutus

David J. Newstead, Lawrence J.
Niles, Ronald R. Porter, Amanda D. Dey, Joanna Burger, Owen N. Fitzsimmons

Full paper: PDF


Using biometrics to sex adult
Eurasian Curlews Numenius a. arquata

Ron W. Summers, Snæbjörn Pálsson,
Brian Etheridge, Simon Foster, Bob Swann

Full paper: PDF


The migration of Red Knots through
Porsangerfjord in spring 2012: a progress report on the Norwegian Knot Project

Jim Wilson, William Dick, Harry
Horn, Peter Potts, Kjell Mørk Soot, Anne Pienkowski, Mike Pienkowski, Barbara
J. Swinfen, Roger C. Swinfen, Matt Thomas, Chris Werney

Full paper: PDF


and Sexing Series

Part 9: Ageing and sexing the
Northern Lapwing Vanellus vanellus

Włodzimierz Meissner, Cezary Wójcik,
Pavel Pinchuk, Natalia Karlionova

Full paper: PDF



The distribution, abundance and
conservation status of the Javan Plover Charadrius javanicus

Muhammad Iqbal, Imam Taufiqurrahman,
Khaleb Yordan, Bas van Balen

Full paper: PDF



Abstracts of wader theses

compiled by Rob Robinson

Full paper: PDF


News and Notes

compiled by Silke Nebel and György

Full paper: PDF



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